Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00472
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 31, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00472
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Near Jacksonville


FRENCH f REAIJHDMIT LOSSES IN LETTER BE- train The No.Atlantic 85, due Coast in Line Orlando passenger last ORLANDO VISITORS ARE IMPRESSED HOlD AN ANT

I evening at 6:41 o'clock was several IMPQRT STATE A
In Argonnes Region Germans CAUSE DISASTER hours late. The reason for this wasa I ACTIVITY ,
wreck on the A. C. L. at Callahan,

Inflict Severe Defeat, ten miles northwest of Jacksonville, -

Says Official Paris Allies Have 20,000 Ambulancesand which occurred yesterday afternoon Houses Are Being Constructedand BEYER WINS'/ TOURNAMENT THREE MEXICAN GENER-

DispatchBULLETIN Have Ordered 7,000 when a truck gave way causing a City Is Brushing Up ALS RENOUNCE CON-

l\lore-Doing Noble break in the train, two sleepers turn- in an Admirable VENTIONALISTSOBREGON

Work ing over. Several persons were bad- Manner Handicap at Country Club At-

ly injured a woman suffering broken tracted Much Interest--
London Jan. 30.-It is reported to- limbs and fifteen more or MAINTAINS PEACE IN M G
The passengers is is Valuable Prizes Were
night that a German submarine has following letter is from Dr. "Seeing believing an expres-

torpedoed two British merchant ships ,W. H. Gardner of Bloomington, Ill. less injured, none fatally. sion from many of the new comers Given AwayThe
F Several the wrecked
off Mersey. The crew was allowed to 1 This is the third of a series of letters train arrived passengers in Orlando on last night who are making their initial visit to Silliman Says Capital of MexicoIs

before the published in the Sentinel. Orlando. Universally, people express handicap golf tournament that
take boats ships sunk. .
and complained of bruises. :Mr. W.il. in Carranza's Control--
French Suffer Reverses I' I great surprise upon witnessing the has been in progress at the Country
London, Jan. 2.You see I am O'Neal, who was returning from a I building and improvement activities Club Friday and yesterday was close Obregon Will Make .

again back in old London town and business trip to Indianapolis, statedhe in Orlando as if "hard times" was not and exciting, J. M. Beyer winning,
London, Jan. 30.-The French ad- was in Jacksonville when the CampaignWashington
the Ar- quite glad to be back safely, since I I the country-wide song. with 72; A. C. Hart, second with 73,
mission of serious reverses in wreck occurred. He stated that the
have just learned that the Travel in direction and new I
battleship any and Dr. Steel and J. L. Guernsey tie-
claim to Jan. '..Trouble
gonnes, where the Germans damage was slight and that no one I on
Formidable blown in the channel houses in all stages of constructionmay -
for third with of
up ing place, a score
the Mexican border with the
have wiped out an entire regiment of was killed. probability -
at a point where we had crossed be noticed. Beyond all doubt no of 77. The first prize was a driver, I
infantry, was made in an official com- j I that this government may be
i i only twelve hours previous. But I city in Florida is expending such the second prize an iron, and the
munique received from Paris tonight. NO SOUTHERN MAN IS TO BE compelled to interne a large detach-
think it was torpedoed instead of large sums in street improvements as third The tie be- ,
prize a caddy bag.
For the first time in the late monthsof NAMED ON NEW TRADE ment of Mexican soldiers, is expected
I into a mine. We were preceded is Orlando at this time. Mile after tween Guernsey and Steel will be
followed the at the
fighting that has establishment BOARD war department.
of the western deadlockthe both going and coming by mine sweepers mile of brick streets, and long played off later in the week. !| According to advices an army of

so I hardly see how the Formid- stretches of cement and tile walks The scores for the tournament follow -
admit their losses in Caranzistas has
French own Washington, Jan. .-Members\ of 12,000 retreated to
able could have struck a mine. are being constructed.
this engagement were "serious. the Florida congressional delegation I Piedras Negras, across the border
1 I had a most interesting and exciting Every section of the city seems to S. Y. Way _____________ 991881Dr. from and is
"The losses Eagle Pass hotly
enemy's were very have been informed authoritativelythat _____________ pur-
trip through France. I would vie with every other one in an effortto Stagg 90- 8-S2
great,** says the communique. Not not have missed it for a small fortune owing to the objection frequently build and beautify.At W. II. Stead ___________101-1ft 85 sued by the Villistas the indication
even at Soissons, where the Germans raised that the South is in the saddle up L. II. Gedge ___________ 93885 being that the Carranza forces will
forced the French to retire across the and it was an opportunity thata and monopolizing the good things, the present time East Central A. D. Mallory _________ 80:,-10-79 have to be taken in charge. .
fortune could not have obtainedhad avenue is brushing up as no other T. R. CadeRas __-______104-18-86
Aisne with heavy losses on January it not been that I was a surgeon the president has definitely and final- part of the city. Men and teams are J. D. Barnes ___________1031885P. The constitutionalist agency tonight
14, did the French war office admit and had ly decided that no member of the fed- and the C. MacNiel _______u 86878 announces a dispatch from San Luis
made friends with the busy grading improving
such heavy casualties. am- eral trade commission will be selected A. lIaden _____________1143081J. Potosi says that Generals Pablo de
The German reports locates a bat- bulance corps. It would have been an from the South. I streets, walks are being laid and M. Beyer ____________ 972572A. la Garza Lucio Blanco Robles and
impossibility to have gotten a pass trees and flowers planted. New C. Hart ____________103-30-73 ,
tery in the western part of the Ar through the lines in any other way. Former Governor W. S. Jenningsand I homes in abundance in the vicinity of S. Cunningham ____u__ 992079Dr. Aguirro Benavides, with 10,000 men,

gonnes district. The German attack others from the South had been Steel ______________107- -77 have renounced the conventionalistsand
was made Friday, resulting, Berlin I We expected to return here the day mentioned for places on this commis- I Thornton Park are in evidence, andit Carl Dann ____________.... 86878 have allied themselves with th-
in considerable of before Christmas, but we were not is plain that building operations J. L. Guernsey u______ 91-14-77
says, a gain ground. sion. constitutionalists.At .
allowed to move till the 31st. We will soon extend to the city limits. Coach Dave Davidson expressed
Paris says the French troops recoiled Topochico, the dispatch
brought home 3,100 wounded. It was The same may be said of North himself as well pleased with the interest says ,
slightly and have reorganizedon AUCTION SALE OF LOTS WAS the Villista troops have been badly
; some sight to see 1,000 ambulances Orange avenue where numerous at- shown and the form of the
new lines about 217 yards in the ( SUCCESSFUL YESTERDAYThe defeated. Monterey is now closely invested -
1 into Calais the tractive in of
come morning of the dwellings are process players.
rear. The ground is being vigorously and its fall is imminent. To-
31st and unload 3,100 soldiers in construction and only the lake and the
disputed. auction sale of lots in Bumby pochico is three miles west of Monte-
about three hours time. railroads will prevent this section of ORLANDO ALL DRESSED UP IN
Furious battles are proceeding at Place occurred yesterday and true to
i The allies have about 20,000 ambu- the city reaching out and taking hold GALA COLORSA rey.Obregon
LaBassee and in Flanders while the their word Smith & Hayes disposedof has assumed full military
,lances and have ordered 7,000 more, of the corporate limits of Winter
renewal of the batlte of Soissons is every lot. A large crowd was authority in Mexico City in the name
mostly from the United States. Mostof Park. huge crowd of rushing happy
considered imminent. and everybody happy and of Carranza and is
I the ambulances used on the fields present was The number of land men here from people swarmed the business district maintaining or-
Concerning the result of the fight- The people accorded der. This to the state
pleased. were report depart-
are Fords. They have been doing a other states looking for lands for last night. To the accompaniment of
ing along the front at Lombaertzydeand and enjoyed the bar- ment was made today
every courtesy by Special
I wonderful work. The ambulance drivers subdivisions and auctions would indi- noisy automobiles and the gay and
to the east of Nieuport reports becue dinner. Agent Silliman. Carranza cabled his
say that the Ford will go over cate that the fame of Orlando as the festive colors of flags and buntingthe
from rival headquarters are curiouslyat here that Obregon has made
I hills and through mud that the heavy "City Beautiful," the "Best Inland pre-midwinter fair spirit of Or- agency
variance. PAYS $400,000 FOR NEW YORK preparations to begin an effective
ambulances can not. City, and what not, is traveling'like lando was strikingly apparent.
The Germans state that the allies'losses AMERICANS campaign in the north and west.
I heard many hair raising stories a prairie fire before a Kansas cyclone.
are heavy 300 Moroccansand
very I from the soldiers on the trip and will Yet there is room. Let them come THE WEATHER
Algerians being left dead among New York Jan. 30.-Colonel Jacob MANY MOTORISTS TO PARTICI-
try and remember them until I get from the four corners of the earth
the sand dunes. Ruppert and Captain T. L. Huston to- PATE IN PARADE TO
home. and Orlando will receive them with Florida: Fair Sunday except rain
The French report says the Ger-I day purchased the New York Amer- SANFORD 1'0.
(Letter No. 4 will appear in a later open arms. in northwest portion. Monday partly
mans suffered heavy losses under the ican League club from Frank Farrell
issue.) cloudy.
fire of the British forces near La- I and his associates for four hundred Orange County day at the Seminolefair
Bassee, where the Germans state thousand dollars. next Thursday, February 4, will

they took two more trenches and "THE MIKADO"FEB.1819 SPELLER FAIR WEEK WOULD KILL SENATOR be largely attended by people from

made sixty prisoners captive. The County Superintendent of Public this city and county. Up to yester-

Kaiser's troops are renewing their I Instruction J. F. McKinnon spenj;; all Pupils of the seventh eighth, ninth day the committee in charge of arrangements -

of last week visiting schools. and tenth grades will participate in
desperate infantry assaults upon the reported that forty per-
With One Exception Cast Willi Letter Directed Against Senator
English positions at this point and He found them to be in excellent con- the spelling contest to be held at the sons had signified their intention of

the battle is developing strongly with i i Be the Same as That dition. At Canadas, 32 miles distant, Orlando high school building at 10 From Texas Threatens His participating in the parade to San-

large forces engaged.The j of Last Year'sI rain was pouring down when he arrived o'clock on Friday of fair week. Pu- Life for Opposing. ford on that day. Many more will

furious bombardment of Arras I Rendition at the school house. The teach- pils are eligible from any county Liquor probably join the procession.BIG .

1 and the nearby towns of Rourie and er walked two miles in the rain and makign an exhibit at the fair. Prizes

Roclin Court, by the Germans, is re- I "The Mikado" is to be presented by many of the pupils came a like distance amounting to $35 will be given. The Washington, Jan. 30.-A letter COTTON SHIPMENT LONDON -

ported from Paris. The artillery engagement Mendelssohn Club at the Lucerne and there was a full attend- first prize is $15; second, $10; third threatening his life in case he did not FROM MOBILE

$5 fourth $3 and fifth $2. the agitation to abolish saloonsat
at Minion and the opera- I theatre February 18 and 19, and ance. ; cease
aerial attacks the aviators -- --- " the National Capital was received
tion of by -" -- Mobile, Ala., Jan. 30.-The British
against the supply stations in the hos- promises to be even more delightful today by Senator Sheppard of Texas. steamer Saint Quentin sailed from

tile trenches was detailed in the offi- i, than the performance given last year, Noted Theatrical Producer The letter was turned over to the po Mobile\ today with 15,000 bales of cot-

cial statements, but the damage : although with one exception the cast lice. It was signed, "One Who Loves ton for Liverpool, making the fifth

caused: was insignificant.GREAT !!'will be the same. Pays Respects To Orlando Liberty," and it is asserted the writer cotton shipment this season.

Miss Eliza Wright, who so well would gladly forfeit his life in the

portrayed the character of "Katisha" -- electric chair in return for the privi-

BIG JUICY r MELON will be unable to take the part this Orlando is always visited by fam- made millions laugh, "and I have been lege of killing Sheppard. The writer VIAS/ CLEARED OF MURDERVerdict

year, and her place will be filled by ous men. Sooner or later they come anxious to see the city for many declared he drank only an occasional

Mrs. Louis Koehne, of Gotha, who to pay their respects to the city, years. It is a most talked of little glass of wine, but his opposition to

Sears Roebuck & Co. Serve sang as "Katisha" when the "Mika many remaining and becoming per- city and my friends told me to be the "dry" propaganda "was unalterable of Not Guilty Exoner-
Stockholders With llugeDividendsLargest do" was first given in Orlando a num- manent citizens, others departing sure and see Orlando." ." ates Currie of Killing Bryan

ber of years ago. i with favorable memories and the desire Mr. Savage was struck with the ap-
Jury Out Eighteen
The music will be under the direc- to come again. pearance of Orlando, its beautiful OSCEOLCOU.Y TO BOOM
tion of Mr. Carr with Miss Branchas Henry W. Savage, of New York, is vegetation pretty homes and metro- THINGS AT FAIR Minutes
accompanist and the stage directors the latest to seek the hospitality of politan appearance. He was accom-

Chicago, Jan. 30.-The richest mel I' are Mrs. Laughlin and Judge Che- the city. panied by his faithful Japanese valet H. II. Dickson, president of the A verdict of not guilty was rendered -

on ever cut by a Chicago corporation' The noted theatrical producer witha and the best suite of rooms at the Midwinter\ Fair, was in Kissimmee by the jury after 18 minutes

was served today for the common ;, ney.A true Japanese atmosphere will score of successful productions be- San Juan sheltered him last night. Thursday and upon his return stated deliberation in the Currie case at .

stockholders of Sears, Roebuck & Co. I t tbe created by costumes and scenery hind him and a reputation for op- lIe will leave Orlando today. that Osceola county would be repre- Sanford yesterday, thus clearing D.

by the directors of that mail order sent from Tams, New York city. without number, Col. said the
i successes Savage European war sented in a splendid manner at the W. Currie of the charge of murderin
house at a special meeting. They I stepped nimbly from the Jacksonville had caused a slump in the New York coming fair. The exhibit and the at-
declared a stock dividend of fifty percent I FOUR MEN IN AUTO ROB PAWNSHOP and the the first degree accused of killingB.
special yesterday afternoon theatrical world and that producerswere i tendance promises to be large. Thisis
double the amount which La- OF DIAMONDS WORTH first words he hurled at the Sentinelwere going slow until conditions re- gratifying news. F. Bryan at Currieville June 28,

Salle street had expected. The divi-)I ABOUT $50,000 : "I'm here but I'm not goingto asserted themselves and became normal 1914. The case was one that has

dend calls for the issuance of $20- I build you an opera house this He said Chicago was in better A. C. L. SWITCH TRAIN BUMPS I caused much comment. The entire

000,000 new common stock absolutelyfree. |I New York, Jan. 30.-Between $40- year." condition than New York. He re- WAGON AND MULESAt I I week was devoted to the case. Currie

000 and $50,000 worth of diamods Col. Savage wore an expansivesmile fused to admit he was working on .
was defended by Davis & Giles and
'[i Were stolen today from the pawn- a natty cap from under which 'new productions.A 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon a I C. B. Robinson, of Orlando, and the

BOARD OF TRADE MEETING FOR shop of Adolph Stern on the upper peeked gray hairs, and was the pic- mass of correspondence telegrams switch train on the A. C. L. on South state was represented by Jos. H.
MONDAY '!>. East Side by four men who drove of health. He admitted it and followed
up ture etc., him to Orlandoand Hughey street struck a team of mules Jones and John C. Jones, of Orlando,

in an automobile held up the three said, "but you never saw me in New he gave some time to pressing drawing a wagon amidships and and George DeCottes, of Sanford.

Regular meeting of the Board of clerks with revolvers bound and York." business affairs."I wrecked it. The driver a negro escaped -

Trade on Monday night at hte coun- gagged them threw the jewels into He, was glad to be in Orlando. am just touring around Florida"he injury by leaping from his seat. Bring your pictures to Curtis &

cil chamber. All members are urgedto suit cases and escaped in the waiting "It's the first time I have ever been said, "and having a good time. I'm The mules were bruised but sufferingno O'Neal; all styles of moulding and

attend. j lean here," said the genial visitor, who has (Continued on page 6) damage other than vertigo. I'frame work, fully guaranteed.

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HOTELS Places of WorshipSOCIETY Third floor, corner South Orange I I :;;; ' Ililil ;;;;
avenue, and Church srteet. Entranceon

f OF FRIENDS Church street.UNITARIAN-. \ Seeds Seeds Seeds ;

; THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Friends meeting for divine worship, CHURCH
420 South Orange avenue, Sunday at
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.)
West and Church Streets
11 Members and NEW J
a. m. others are STORE *
!Splendid: service, Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the l>e...t' cordially invited. Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. ; -
cooks in the state. Rates $iY.oo per week and up. 1 pecial rates to parties Sunday school at 9:45; subject of
wishing table board. -0-- .lesson, The Book of Proverbs. NEW SEEDS
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop i Church service at 11 o'clock; sub-
(All Services at the Grand)
ject of "Priest, !"
sermon or Prophet '
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., Round Table at 7:30. Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc' We

THE WINDERMEREChoice pastor. Unity Circle on Wednesday after- guarantee our seeds to be fresh. j
l Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Classes ,
noon; current events by Mrs. Lau-
Location All Modern Conveniences for all and teachers with well
ages bach. Don't be disappointed, come to us for 'Drugs

; Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates prepared lessons. Story hour on Friday afternoon at : and Garden Seed.
Public worship at 11 a m. and 7:30p.
: On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando Fla. m. 2:15. I I
Horning subject, "Some Family

Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City Affairs. Evening sermon, "A Message There will be services ALLIANCE at the Chris- !
From the Throne"Young Store"A
tian Alliance Hall, 22 West Pine fitDrug
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 People's meeting at 6:30p.
m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president.We street, as follows:
extend to you a hearty invita- Bible school, 2:30 p. m. GOOD DRUG STORE. '

; tion to worship with us. Attentive Preaching 3:30 p. m. ,
THE NEW GRANDHENRY At the tent, corner of lIu hey and
ushers. All seats free. I- J. L. IDEJLET: Ph.G.
Church streets, Mrs Hucheson at ,
NOTE:-Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, I
i of Philadelphia, who is spendingsome 10 a. m., and Rev. Hucheson at t MMIMMIIMIIItMIMMilllili ">" I It

weeks in Florida, has been se- 7 p.
European Plan 15 West Pine St.
cured to give his noted lecture on

f Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. "Pollyanna," next Thursday night, m.ORLANDO The arket
c February, at the opera house. The
lecture is free, and the public is cor- '
: TOURISTS ATTENTION! dially invited to come and spend a
i delightful evening and hear this distinguished OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
f \Ve Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando lecturer who always PLUMBING CO1 FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Prepared by our New York Cook thrills and entertains his great audiences Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Eight o'clock is the hour. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 4
I t 100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 -0-- 26 WEST PINE STREET and pure.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. PHONE 122 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
l Hot Jno. W. Sta g, D. D., pastor.
Electric Elevator and Cold Water everything in the Meat Line.
i Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.

f EMPIRE HOTEL O'Neal, superintendent.Men's Bible class at.9:45. In audi- Best Plumbing at Low- H. jVdC. Self & Co.

torium of church. NO. 80 PINE
t 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

Morning sermon "The Thinking That are not in the combine.
Destroyed Spiritual Values." Evening SLAUTER'S latest inventions used
ROSSMORE INNWindermere sermon, "Some Ethical Values." t on all first-class II New Line of Popular Sheet
Young People's meeting at 6:30, in

the lecture room. All young people Plumbing Construction: Music Just ReceivedAll e
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric cordially invited.
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p.
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- m. the latest New York hits. Watch our '

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- music counter if you wish to know, about the

tor. Miss Roberta Branch, organist. music that is "all the rage" in the eastern -

Special music.Strangers F ForSale cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -
and visitors most cor- r
THE OSCEOLASTEAM dially invited to all services. Seats later. but tomorrow we have something! still

free. I

Magnolia and Robinson Ave. J. \V. HURLEY, Manager Septuagesima Sunday.
Mass, 6:30 a. m. *c :jr .orange grove; has been The Arcade Book and Music Store

Electric Baths Sunday school, 9 a. m. set out a year; select budded trees, ----
Lights, Open the Year Round .
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. orange and grapefruit; there are
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Rosary, sermon and Benediction,*
111-2 acres in the grove; located on
": 7:30 p. m.
.- ( I' A i 'r ,'\__' Mass daily during the week, 6:30a. Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conway -
V _
,,.",. ., .. .... m. and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a
x 6 All welcome to all services. '
mile from Pine Castle road soon to 98lr
- :
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH be bricked; new up to date seven room
1 !
8 ,Y g s tttj66t S (Corner :Main: and Jackson Sts.) house; good large barn and other _
John B. Ley, pastor.
buildings. This proposition is fop BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITSLOWER
Bible school 9:45 a. m.; C. E. Howard -
superintendent. Plenty of classrooms quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of

Efficient teachers. Pupils of J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; from August 1, 1914 to August
f THE ARCADE HOTEL all ages, from 2 to 80 years. Pastor 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce
will address young men of the Baraca or see the owner, tion during that time:

f J. B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop. class on "Bible Strong Men.
: Preaching at 11 a. m., by the pas- G. M. BISSELLL, Touring Car $555.00

i First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos tor; subject, "The Charmed Circle 505.00 ..
t Runabout -
in Building in Connections the Charm of the Circle. at grove 1-28-1m
Orlando. AH can tent eql ppe4.
F. O. B.
Senior Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.;
Orlando Fla. praise service. I Briber, wt will be able U obtain the ... !m>*i.tftMtutt
Preaching, 7:30 p. m., by Rev. in ..r fatten and aa1"production drp.rtaent.. and the If ..inirn... rack an.t.tpat I. .M.!
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH Smith Hardin, P. E. -For FineWATCH J09. oe can between the alien date.
music male reach thi. production. w. agree to pay aa
Special quartet, morn- CLOCK and And rfio ld w
i HH H M Mi MMBIMH M MW M M M share from *.. Ie $61 per car (ea .r *t'J
the b..f.
ing and evening; also an anthem at retail barer who puck.*. a
f REPAIRING I.IMS to e err
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our each service from the full choir. Our JEWELRY A.p.t For car between August 1. U1& and A.mrt 1. IMS.

s food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed tourist friends are always accorded a call on C. VATER whois For farther particular retardant thea. low price and praothariax -

; with the odors and heat but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup hearty welcome. at this trade plan see
an expert '
l of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is This Week F. G. RUSH.

\ only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. Monday p. m., Woman's Mis- with many years experience Il Phone 226
sionary Society; business meeting; a
t Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch full attendance is desired.At at. Youngs Repair ShopOpp.

7.30 p. m., quarterly conference; Post Office; Pine Street
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight public cordially invited.

t Ft Wednesday-7:30 p. m., mid-week
service. Come, rain or shine. Whenit I

E ORLANDO ROOFINGAND in Better othe rains service risk church it isn't to a little one's any than exposure wetter spiritual to the on,"movies.any interests the way roadt ", I Tll FIoria a R al E lam & Inv till nt n.

than the backsliding influence of a

t SHEET METAL CO. "stay-at-home-prayer program. meeting-night" Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

r ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control

: Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean.

f and Rubber Septuagesima Sunday.The LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelyI
Roofings Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. A1
the time can also be bought throughthe
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. I with us, at same

(Cornices Skylights Heating. Ventilating Metal Ceilings Morning prayer and sermon, 11:00. purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30. anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means
Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDOMAGRUDER'S At 3:30 p. m. Dr. Mary Glenton, a
: -
for the With Bank
well buyer.
medical missionary from China, will protection for the seller as our

give an address in the Chapter Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -

House invited which to attend all women, whether are connected cordially to all our offerings; we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

f with St. Luke's parish or not.PENTECOSTAL chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

" (America Street West CHURCH of Railroad) and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

' Services at Pentecostal church at books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you
r "Country Club Car Service11LEAVES 11 o'clock Sunday morning and 7
of stairs the
o'clock at night. Union Sunday schoolin -take the-trouble to climb up one flight over Peoples

f afternoon. All invited. Sunday National Bank, and consult.
f f EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN' 9 A.M. AND 2 P.1\1. school absolutely non-sectarian.
r BENEDICT PresidentOffice

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 34. Services at 11 a. m.; subject over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570JPI"
ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY 50c. "Love.
Wednesday evening service, 7:45.



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Its color is so marvelous that it is''(I with simple, modest manners and I we have been on the way to the Ser- .
LETTERS FROM WAR ZONE completely lost in the color of the |quiet, pleasant voice. What a con- \vian front, which we have not yet ,
bank and foliage. Only the men on trast with the loud voiced, vulgar, reached. Am Leaving: Florida
board in dark blue suits are visible. boasting, insulting Americans who Off to Servia I
BY MISS NELLIE BLYA And?u Specially)) Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA
Once when the men had disappearedwe have joined this group. There is one Tomorrow at 4:30 we leave. In a.
all declared it had gone. Even at mark of cultivation which all Hungarians few hours we will reach the frontier j 1 .
this short distance it could not be and Austrians possess to an ad- and be in a village that was formerly !I good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
FEATURE FOR'SENTINEL full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
seen except by careful searching.The mirable extent-a low, distinct, pleas- ,,I Servian territory. From there we : blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi- t
only thing interesting coming ing voice. After them the tongues of walk, or perhaps drive, to the firing'' tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on l
down the Danube were the mills. I the English sound like tin pans beat- .line. the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and ,
They are clustered along everywhere. I ien by savages in the dance of death. I Again we shall hear the booming of market conditions price $8,500.00; also \
My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room New Modern
They are formed by two boats with Now you know I am sleeping in a ,canno and the singing of shrapnel. dwelling with every city convenience Lake front, 20 acres of j
like Venetian A king's bed and bathing in : Tonight the Danube is like mirror land highly
READERS prows gondolas. 'I a king's a improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
1 water wheel large and energetic, j bath. But I regret to say I would I lake. The lights from the Peter- garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
has i prefer the wardein fortress Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for .
hangs between them. Every boat i uneasy rest of the head stretch like long, i i II the most
exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16-
its name and it looks as if a family .that wears a crown to the painful un- I fiery fingers to our boat. The watch: 500, and win give possession in 30 days.
The is inhabits each one. I see women and rest of a horribly aching leg and hip. on the hour call and recall, "All is''' See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
following a continuation of children on them.I i I i If I had less twitches of torture I well!" my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
the dispatches of Miss Nellie Bly, I
special correspondent for the Evening left Budapest at 5 p. m. Saturday. i I I j I I would tell you of our mid-day dinner JCTX F1. IERZL: :
Mr. Galler, the owner of the Astoria, Sunday and yowl would never rest until LAKE MUNROE BIBLE CONFERENCE -
Journal with the Austrian armies
had no charge against me for my exquisite you had feasted in Hungary. I BOX 35, WINTER PARK FLORIDA \
(By Nellie Bly) room and; bath. Crowds of. had a dear friend Frank Carroll who I Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.

Vyvidek opposite Peterwardein my former companions from the Prus- .lived to eat. He used to say: The Lake Munroe Bible Conference '
Hungary, Nov. 16.-I don't think I sian frontier at Alt Sandez went i I "Don't die till you dine in Buda- will be held at Enterprise Fla., February J d
am destined to write much about my tumbling with their bags out of con- pest!" I have dined. It was a dinner .I 12 to 21, inclusive. The conference I i
experience at this point. I think I vayances. They were nearly all newly such as you hear about and don't.. is again very fortunate in securing (j.
S was poisoned by the Servian bullet clad in knee breeches cap, sweater t believe. Only this was no dream. All i for its leader Rev. L. D. Gor- i' " . " ,1"1.,1. , . . . . . . . , ,.

o which Doctor MacDonald showed me and leather coat. I felt very shabby| the good things of land and sea were don, whose fame is known the world .
the last thing before leaving Budapest in my old clothes. splendidly cooked and laid before us. '' over in connection with his "Quiet
Received at Boat ,"How many kinds of delicious native Talks" on various themes. Other I REAL ESTATE
Some wounded soldier had broughtit At the entrance to the boat stood a j wines and champagnes I could not 'i noted speakers on this occasion will
in. It was a large fierce contrivance group of gentlemen. .count. Coffee, cigarettes and liqueurs ''be Bishop :Morrison of Leesburg, I I
made to enter the body and explode "You are Miss Ely" said one,step- !after. .: Fla.; Mr. William D. Upshaw editor i -
afterwards. .Fastened around ping forward. | Naturally the directors of the navi- of The Golden Age; Miss Belle Bennett 'I

between the cap and lead was a bit "I am Captain Bignio. Please let gation company and the military director 1: of Richmond, Ky.; and :Miss' We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real] Estate.If .
of cloth and a smear of soft sub- me show you your rooms?" I of all railways and steamship { Mary Caller White evangelistic] Bible

stance, pinkish white, said to be poi, It was a splendid suite. The re- (tines: made speeches.I \i reader, of China. you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay :you to call
son. ception room was in mahogany inlaid made the last one. I I Address )Irs.1.. Martin\ of the
MacDonald warned me to be with pearl and hung with a golden I As the only woman in the crowd I ,} Epworth Inn, Enterprise, who will and talk your wishes over with us. !
I careful. I thought I was. But the brown. The bedroom had white enameled \ thanked them in the name of their : give special rates to all attending the I Ii
agony I have endured for three nights |j I walls and the same colored I, mothers wives, sisters and daughtersfor i 1 conference. I The manager of this firm has had years of experience f.

and two days convinces me I was less hangings, a brass bed and wardrobe.. j their unfailing courtesy thought- dealing in Florida investments having sold
i over a
careful than I might have been. The II : 1
The bath room was all white with fulness and kindness. WEST AND ANDERSON STREETS

most agonizing pains from instep to j I every modern appliance, including a j Duchesses Scrub Floors I SOON TO BE PAVED million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last !
waist, a fever and a mass of inflamed shower. In the bath room was perfume | The noble women of AustriaHungary I '
spots from ankle to knee is not com- I on my drawing room table iI | from royal blood to peasant, Brick has arrived and is being two years.
forting. flowers and candy. are all doing their share bravely unflinchingly -j stacked along the curbing on SouthWest
But I will say nothing. I would not 'I Worse than ever did I hate my old, I in this frightful night- street and East Anderson street. We are well posted on the value of all classes and

pronounced ill and left behind. We I shabby, firing-line clothes. ; mare of endless agony. Grand duch- I' As soon as weather permits the work kinds of Florida property. We want listed with all
are living on the opposite side from | I parted with, my friends reluctant- : esses scrub floors and perform the of laying brick will be commenced. us

the very picturesque fort of Peter- ,j ly. But I was surrounded by new I i most menial services for the injured I From Anderson street the new pavement bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real !.
wardein. i ones. We were taken on deck to be'i soldiers. And peasant women unso- I will run south on DeLaney I II
A low bridge on boats which is j I photographed by flashlight before the licited bring their last pillow as wellas street, connecting with the new Lucerne Estate Bargains.
doubled up to allow vessels to pass :boat sailed. Then we went down to j jj i their only pillow. I Circle boulevard.
is used for foot and traffic. Great i j dinner. And all men know and appreciate. I M
t crowds of soldiers are continually I might have called this article I i Women are standing shoulder to TO SPEAK ON CHINA MISSIONARY -
moving when the bridge is closed. ", "The Story of the King's Bath Tub." | shoulder with them dry-eyed and I WORK
The railroad bridge is high in the air I am bathing in the king's tub. .I brave. There can never again in this I WARING REAL ESTATE :
and the trains seem to go through a In a King's Suite [land be any question as to the equal- On Sunday afternoon at 3:30, in H
tunnel under the fort. Beyond the The Zsofia Herczegno, named for ity of women. I St. Luke's Chapter House Dr. Mary
fort in the valley, lies a small German the assassinated crown princess made Mr. HSnckley, from our Austrian Glenton will give an address on her
village. I have not seen it, but but one trip before this. That trip embassy, leaves us at 7 a. m. tomor- I work as a medical missionary to Chi- R. D. WARING, Manager

I'm told its clean, trim appearance was for the Bavarian king, Ludwig. row. lIe is keenly disappointed. lIe na. Dr. Glenton who is home on a
Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins
Block Phone 1
discloses its nationality at once. He occupied the suite I have. I trust had his vacation, hoping to get on the furlough is coming to Orlando on the No. 6311115tf

Monitor on RiverA the king will be as conscious' of the firing line. lIe arrived at Alt Sandez I IGaIitzia invitation of the Woman's Auxiliary, J
monitor has come down the Dan- distinction as I am. the day before we returned I and all who are interested are invitedto X

ube and slid along' the opposite bank. They say he is a charming man, from Przemysl. All the time since I hear her address. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . 'r



One More Grand Auction Sale of

Orange Park Residence Lots !

Monday Tuesday Wednesday FEBRUARY 123The 2 3( At 2:30: P.M.

Beauty Spot of Orlando '


The High Class Location For Nice PeopleWhere

values rise because it is high class property, on the road to the country club.

CLWe had a big sale last week and to a nice class of people. You are cordially invited to ride out. Autos

will take you out and back, leaving State Bank corner at 1:30 to 2:00 p. m., returning about 4:30 p. m.

(No advertisements on the cars.)

Capt. Norton Miller will conduct the sale and give away free hundreds of valuable presents.

Remember, Monday, February 1st. is the first great day of sale. _

Band Concert at State Bank corner each day of sale at 1:30.:

TODAY: Inspection Day Go Out and See It.ColoIiia.1 .

: Lar1. CO.

Office-atk ns Block-Room 1 with W. W. RoseB.

N. B. MILLER, President E. W. WATSON, Treasurer G L. ATKIN, Secretary


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INCOMPLETELY ADDRESSED ARTICLESTREATIE1"T I the patio. Here they passed Thompson I| She knelt beside the well almost
ously. A smile curved his lips as be for the whine if bullets was In the air tbe speck In the distance until her

IN turned toward ber. whose eyes darted a message of ,t fearful of the magic powers be ascribed about them.Suddenly I heart sank as sbe recognized the man

"You object to the draft 1 presume.I suspicion at them. to It. the Mexican grunted loud for one of tbe plotters.

ARGENTINA assure you it bas no ill effects and "He thinks all is not right said the I "011. wishing; well let me but bold 11' Ills bands shot high In the air: I Hours it seemed to ber she pursued

will make the journey one of pleasure man quietly when they were out of in my bands the honor of my sweetheart then the horse fairly ran from under the slinking figure until It joined with

1 t Office of Second Ass't P. M. Gen., Instead' of weariness." Tben he whirled sight. "Well., he added with a low i that I may give it back to him! him. Upon the ground he swayed a I two others. Gradually after a few

upon the butler his face hard as sigh, "he is right In his suspicion. I Let me but serve his happiness and I
second then
t Washington Jan. 26, 1915. ; leaped against the sha- miles journeying,: a great blaze snot
could not hope to fool that man. Only shall ask for nothing! more. Do with
granite bis teeth clipping off each
dow of
f;. a giant fingered cactus plant high In the air a blaze punctuated by
s The postal administration of the word like steel particles. a little less wise is h
Argentine Republic has advised this "What are you doing here?" himself." wish." sought his side. The three men cruelly dashed their

f Department of the receipt in that "1 came to see if the draft bad taken I I "Not right! Then you have come I He touched her lightly upon the arm. Red. warm blood gushed from the spurs Into the sides of the rses

effect." sulkily murmured the butler. to help me"- and she rose obediently her eyes glowing wound in his chest. Ills eyes were

\ country of many post cards, circulars, "By what authority?" "I have come" he answered quietly like Jewels. Lightly: be placed] the glazing when she stooped and brushed .

r etc., mailed in large numbers by the "Asking your pardon, sir, but 1 suggested "because 1 could not help coming. I i ruby necklace about ber neck. ber lips across bis forehead.

it and was afraid it might havea have come because since erst I looked I "One look in your eyes." he said "Go!" be muttered. "Go Then

same sender, on which the street and bad effect I grew to take an Interest upon you-you will forgive metherein softly his mellow voice breaking: under his voice took on the resonant tone

f house number of the addressee are in Miss Lucille in Manila sir and the city home of Hugo when I the torment of what be knew to toe of a scant day or less before. "It Is

not indicated apparently with the expectation did not wish"Loubeque a hopeless love "Is more beautiful
i looked upon your face I have seen no I the ripple of the wishing well my
that the deficiency in the frowned heavily but cut other. I have come because I could more rare more precious to me than lady. Go! Ride-to the one-your-

addresses will be supplied by the postal him short with an impatient wave of not stay away. I have come against any Jewel. ComerSlowly leart-desires.**

k service of Argentina with the aid his hand. Lucille felt a sudden Im- the will of the man to whom I owe silently yet In perfect understanding He stiffened suddenly] and a spurt
pulse to tell him the truth but they moved back to tbe
conquered -
verything. the man I love becauseyou ot tears came, from her eyes. Louder
of appropriate directories. In order I house.
it She could
swiftly. fight "
called me. benn!'t.- grew the shouts the voices. The air
! that the addresses be written as
may Thompson much easier than this man.
She touched his arm lightly with ber was alive with long darting flames.
f completely as possible and the delivery She must keep ber own counsel The I fingers: in mute appeal. Her woman's CHAPTER: XVII.A Loubeque's hive was swarming.She

!" of the articles expedited, the Ar- spy turned to her again. Instinct told her that such a love as Girl With One Idea.IT leaped Into the saddle] once more

, gentine administration requests that "You did not take the draft this might be turned to account. was the following day that. lean- and dug her heels into the horses

f the patrons of the United States postal "Xor Slowly they wandered through; the I Ins against: the window prating of side1 Through the night she rode

f service be informed that the postal "I assure you on my word as a gentleman beautiful gardens speaking; of what i | iron. she was astonished to bud with the ripple of the wishing well in

that it will cause you no inconvenience they saw. yet never touching upon thee it bending before her. She looked her ears.

regulations of Argentina provide that Further 1 hoped not to be more closely and was astonished to Behind her. Lucille could hear the

such incompletely addressed articles obliged to tell you that if you do not find that one bar had been cut cleanly pursuit Not a second could] she spare

shall not be given "directory service" take it willingly; you will be compelledto through. She examined the remainderof for thought of regret

t but shall be treated as "general deliv pet It down" the bars They appeared ab
l ery" articles. She bent her head docilely. Resistance but when she pulled harshly horse's hoofs, she would hear the

F was out of the question and after at them every one gave way. Heady shouts of those behind her. Now and <
All directed there-
postmasters are ,
all. sin must save her strength to made was her means of escape. then a message of lead would whine i v

fore, to give the widest possible pub- tight the bU thinss. After a moment's That night fully dressed. she stood its dreadful tale into her (ears but all I

, licity to this notice and in case large hesitation' a shudder at the enticing beside the window looking out over the these were growing fainter. less distinct -

E quantities of incompletely addressed colors shed from the stuff she drained moon splashed: patio. A furtive figure with every leap of the animal she !

mail for foreign countries are mailed the glass. J detached itself from the shadows and bestrode.

habitually by the same sender to Languor; comfort peace. She gave I crept toward her Strangely enough Hours it s-eemed. she rode with nev-

herself up to the drug with a prarer.1: 4 I it did not frighten lier to recognize the er the slightest slackening of the mad
such sender to be informed
cause specially -
a prayer she felt so certain 4.. u tjL butler. pace to which she originally Mt her I ,

that all mail for foreign countries heeded that In her slumber a smile! s She crouched in the opposite side of mount lie was lathered with foam

i should be completely addressed. parted her lips, played about her coun- the room listening: to the faint tinkleof but she bad no pity on him. Her brain

t tenance. And when she awoke she chaotic wild with the
JOSEPH STEWART, was fiercely
I snapping' ; iron bars ft* the mau detached
{ Second Ass't P. :M. Gen. was at Loul>eque'8 Mexican ranch. the ends from their sockets bloody memories of the night

i S a a a ;"buultl..N From now on she had every advan
His head and appeared in
'i By the time the average man Low. rambling: houses of Spanish L f" the oiKniimCivatuu'oiy tage. She was free and she knew
where the stolen and documentswere
I reaches the of 50 he knows a lot architecture dotted the great area she wail'tn-d his apt papers
f of things he would like to get rid of viiik-ii the curiously fantastic, wholly i t pro-ich. There was noth;: unde, *'id: t3 secreted in the mysterious bouse The Costume Fitted Her Beautifully.
I of and
artistic! fence Inclo! about hN nunrmciii He was swift: Came a thunder of sound as a great:
i. at 99 per cent. less than cost. stairs. She had the diary of Hugo
laid out in fashion blooming ;
he was eert.mi: tIC' was Mire. Not a bunch of cattle from the remuda of
:: like the garden of Eden with a . I Loubeque in her possession and she
: r! 'I motion. not sf step was wasted lIe the American were driven toward her
riotous profusion of flowers and plants , had the ruby necklace which was
f" \ was almost over the ltd when Lucille by the fiendish Mexicans. Lucille saw
This was a new Loubeque she met >. . ? equivalent to vast wealth. She bad I
r. sprang from her hiding place behind the danger she was In of being tram-
there Always had she associated' him ; I the door the outward seeming of guilelessness.: : pled underfoot by that wild'berd. driven -
i LUCILLELOVE t was girlish and delightfully effeminate.
with the manner of her knowing him < '
\ Instantly he turned his bead darting I to frenzy by the flames mud popping
but she knew the power of the claws
Times be bad been tender other times
revolvers from behind them. She
{ from side to side like that of a giant urged -
he had been cruel always was be crafty ';' ._. I she had and her eyes rested fondly on
;" reptile He did not speak Slowly] his her own horse to the right escapIng -
the revolver which she found in a holster '
r cunning, courageous, a one Ideal Slowly They Wandered Through the hands opened and closed: while a grin attached to the Mexican's saddle just as tbe cattle whizzed by her
man. But now he seemed all poetpainter. crossed his face widened his mouth- In a wild riot of sound. Here and
Gardens. even as she urged; her horse to greater
She could bear the softened
there the Mexicans had assembled
; a hideously inhuman grin. She trit'dto speed.
tones of his voice as. with some of his subject nearest both their hearts. Suddenly themselves always alert marvelous
cry out. but her lips were frozen : Across the trackless' she rodewith
E t The Girl of Mystery companions be wandered about the ] the man seemed unable to stand shut only the moon and plain stars looking horsemen all keeping the frightened

I grounds, tenderly: explaining to them the strain longer. and she touched his' He had almost reached her tide down upon her. a wild. eerie figure beasts together while they drove themin
the history the beauty of the flowers but be drew
. arm sympathetically, a direct line for the river.
With Lucille grasped a nativevase
a gasp of a bareheaded girL Behind the pur- ,
the rare species he bad imported for with little of near pain.
away a cry Lucille felt a shot slash through the
lf stood and It
the"MASTER that near brought suit had died away and before there :
f "By the place.It "Come with me to the crystal ball"he sleeve of ber jacket. She reined in
down his head with crushing force.
on was nothing save a slender ribbon of
J was after one of these rambles cried "and see the vision that has 1 ber horse instantly for she knew the
i he sank the floor with
PEN"Saeyrijht As to a moan water that the moon burled its face in
that she noticed signs of some impendIng haunted my eyes so long a time. Come j I there was a sound outside and her contentedly.She Mexicans bad passed. As she turned

change about the menage. One with me to the crystal and see the face I :' she almost collided with a long mustached -
lover who had heard
mysterious friend the voices low pitched yet
g 1914. AU moving picture morning he suddenly walked toward that has made forget vows bullet
me my ; grizzled man. driving
his assistance, far in the silence of
promised leaped lightly carrying the nightInstantly I
rights reserved by the Universal FilmiLaauUctariag ber, entering tbe house to shortly en- forget the one I love and fear; forget I I after bullet after the marauders. She
l I Into the room. Reading his thoughts.yet she drew rein and flung herself I
Company, which Is ter her room. the desire for life that did did rein in
everything,: save I not speak not even ,
t I hearing nothing she moved toward to the ground, listening intently
now exhibiting this production In "I am leaving today," he began abruptly I may lay down to bring a smile to it. I but urged her own horse beside Ills.
the window and lifted her tiny foot us' Creeping cautiously- a slight rise.
leading be theaters Infringements will all the nature lover gone from Come with me. lady of my heart. I I I though to mount a horse. Ills hands' she looked down upon an adobe shack drawing her own revolver.
vigorously prosecuted. his cold stern manner. "Again 1 ask Before the tempestuousness of his The ranchman uttered a bewildered
ir I cupped about It. She vaulted to the before which a little squad of bare-
. you to tell me where you put the pa voice Lucille followed his lead. Gone i casement and in a second had scram- footed Mexicans loafed Idly their ejaculation as he saw she was of Ida
pers." from her was every thought of Immediate own blood.
bled through.By brown bands lazily supporting old
! "Then they haven't been found"- escape. She saw that the man fashioned Springfield: rifles such as she "I was trying to get there la time
CHAPTER XVI. I her side stood the man. For a
I She stopped abruptly, realizing that could not be handled easily; that she recalled the soldiers of Uncle Sam to to warn you." she gasped. "There's
moment be waited then urged ber for
A Thief I. Rudely Foiled. her delight had revealed quite as muchas could not escape from him any more have carried in the old days. a chance of driving them Into the pa-
ward. She was free free free! Of
f Lucille allowed her his demand."I than she could from the other minions From where she watched she Bud trol If you know where It far
there to
were pickets
,. QUIETLY be conducted back am sorry. Lucille that you cannotsee of the spy without the use of craft course but she had made one providential es- denly noticed a stir among the men. Without another word,. as though

: room from which she< the folly of this. It is your last and yet she felt a curious sympathyfor tonight why not another? From the interior of the shack stepped complete understanding had been es

t : made ber escape chance to tell me. It Is your las him pain that she must barm him. cape a gaudily dressed little Mexican tablished be waved to the right; camea
Out of sight of the building she
f. Her heart was so heavy over the< chance to count me a friend. I am Before the great crystal ball that evidently an officer from the awkward sudden abrupt wheeling of the stampede
and looked about ber. How
[ death of the captain she did not care. waiting." was set upon the flagging beside the salutes accorded him by the tatterdemalions ; came a rifle shot more like a

{ what happened She did not answer. Their eyes met patio fountain beside which stood the calm and peaceful and friendly appeared - gathered before the bouse. cloth being ripped it was than any

r She had tried her best but nth and held both filled with an unaltered monstrous hoary gray palm tree, he .the night! The moon was full For some reason she could not ana. thing else. Lucille beard the sharp

failure dogged her footstep He purpose. Then Loubeque. without a halted, staring through the silts of his the stars winked merrily at ber. urg- lyze. Lucille listened eagerly, ber voice of the sentry; saw the hesitancy -

r sweetheart bad resigned from the word. left the room. mask Into Its clear depths. She Bumbled breath coming in quIck. eager gaspsas of the Mexicans even as they bod-

f army under such a cloud as must have Nor did she see him again. That he as she looked upon the flaming she overheard their daring plot to died close together facing :;:that solitary -

i broken his spirit completely. lib bad gone she knew from the laxness eyes so close to the reflection of ber 1 t cross the river and stampede the corral figure in olive khaki bestriding
own face. Suddenly he tore the mask ; .. his mount as though carved from gran
heart she knew was already broke I about the household among his serv- of an American ranchman. A lit.
i by her seeming disbelief in him. He ants. It her food for from him and tossed It to one side i ,.' ;
,: ; gave hope. She \ 1t< tie cry of delight father I must she closing his arm fiercely about her waist I .. .. . looked hesitatingly behind
was entangled in the same net escape must. She must escape : she beard their allusions to the
with his aid. and she held the key to before the iron grip of dreamy and drawing her soft cheek against his i ,'to _:_"' ',' .. United States cavalry they must sift them The ranchman's revolver sounded

the situation key with no lock to 1 I languor about the place became un- swarthy one. Together they stared I r.. -1": 1 W"AfIr \ through before hoping: for success. and their leader threw *sis bands
breakable.But Into the ball his eyes luminous with ..: in the air and flopped over upon Ills
fit. She alone knew where the papers i : : Her eyes were glittering with excitement -I
wild love hers moist with mingled j .A. i horse's neck. The soldier's] voice
that would clear a ) rang
the she
up entire mystery I IF always when she wandered when stole cautiously to
and fear. Gently she disentangled to them and tbe frightened bandits
sympathy out
. were located and she was a pri about she would encounter one of Lou- CIMP"t the adobe shack peering Inside slowly I'
his fingers surprised at the I ; threw down their short carbines in token -
17. i iI
oner. beque's aids, always masked always and carefully efore entering. She

"iir. Loubeque's compliments Miss: I casually surprised at coming upon her numbness of them the ease with I' .}, '. .; '.. knew all their plans, and her blood of surrender. Tbe sentry waited
" which they responded to her wilL I ... ..h until Lucille and the ranchman came
Lucille" murmured the butler a? he I always urbane and polite yet insistent "' was boiling: but she also knew from
"You must back." he murmured 1 then listened to their at the
go up. story
noiselessly approached with a tiDy upon turning her In an opposite direc r' : what they had said that they, too.
hoarsely. "1 was mad to think of such end demanding their presence before
glass of liquor "and he thought a tion. It got upon ber nerves to such : would be on the lookout for any upset:
plan. -- his commanding olli'-er.
tiny sip might prove beneficial to the an extent that she finally took to the f' . \ 1 to the well laid plot.
nerves." house and remained there. Every room "I see a face" she murmured softly, d .:' 1 1ft. From a chest In the corner which
her voice low and far away.I . Continued !. Smaimr'f Sentinel)
"Thank you. Thompson" she mug was grated and. though she knew they i very i gi she hurriedly overhauled she drew M
were not here see a face and a scene that is different I similar snit the the little leader
for to
mured sweetly. "Tell your present : the purpose, they H } one ARCHITECT KING WILL SUPERVISE .
I from tbe one you see I see Manila ,'" '
employer I shall gladly do so. But"she served It admirably had worn. It would just about tit
1 Thompson seemed home-loved ones-lovwl ones grieving her. and she take chances ot I IMPROVEMENTWork
added her eyes flashing maliciously. - 1 upon his master'sdeparture I must no .
"1 forgot Mr. Loubeque, has been: to have lost poise as for a girl they think is lost to them trying to cross the Kio Grande attiredas -
forever. I see a man, the handsomest will be commenced
your employer right along." thoughts of the ruby necklace his fin she was.Swiftly Mondayon

"Quite so. Miss Lucille. Thank you.'" gers had touched seared itself upon bravest truest man In the worldtheman i she changed: for every moment the remodeling of the old post-
I love. He is disgraced. He is
Before his perfect aplomb LucIII his brain. now was precious to others as office room in the Watkins block. The

stood undecided Her She recalled bow he had served In heartbroken. He Is giving up the well as to herself. Daughter of Gen-
nerves were that floor will be torn and
away supplanted -
sword he loved the sword be to
tered. and the drink she knew would her father's house so long with nevera I I eral Sumpter Love she was afire with
II with cement tile laid
never lift save in defense of his country.s being upon
do ber good. nut suspicion from that he rage at the way the Mexicans bat
there had been that any one was Ij
honor and the honor of I the base the steel
a woman. cement ; ceiling will
of the border of
look in the man's eyes. She could not other than the perfect butler with a patrol
I He is giving up all that life holds dearto I j the of the be torn down :and everything old
be mistaken In it She touched her thought outside of his work. And then country presumption plan
him. just as be has long since been she bad beard outlined The about the will be
tongue to the delicious fiery stuff and she recalled the incident of the neck I gaud I room taken down
bereft of all he cared to have from
waited. A sensation of comfort slow. lace, always would she shudder at the I here. costume fitted her beautifully. and the and replaced with the most modern
-because imprisoned
ly approached her weary spirit-a fee recollection. then deliberately drive It I I "And I do not am care for anything except broad straw sombrero with its eight I finishings. The work will be in the
of silver cording: and tassels' made it
Ing of lassitude. from her mind.
She fought the sensation his happiness. He is my whole for her general supervision of M. S. King,
feminine features to beUnrecognizable I
away.Pouring It was the fourth day since the departure world I would sacrifice everythingfor .: ....d easy even as It concealed' architect. The room is to be occupiedby

out tbe doctored liquor carefully of the master of the place that him and for his honor." She turn- her hair. a local candy company.SOMETHING .
she lay against the pillows In a standing beside her iron barred window ed swiftly her hands reaching towardher Brought It Down on His Head With ,
Force. She was! well pleased with herself
, i Crushing
posture of dreamless sleep. It was she saw the figure of a man topping neck and unfastening the ruby i \
when again she mounted her horse.
bait an hour before her patience was a rise in the distance and drawIng "Here friend. this. I
necklace. my take ing ber on her way. The touch of a The beast bad been ready to drop in I

rewarded. Then Thompson slipped swiftly nearer. There was something It is all 1 have to give except my gratitude. timid finger upon her arm brought ber his tracks any moment, and she bad NICE!

stealthily Into the room. Lucille flexed strangely familiar about him. Take It and help me to the manI from her reveries.
killed two bird with one tone while
herself-a steel spring wound to Its something she seemed to recall. In love." The horses wait my lady.** I
changing costume. Cautiously toward
last notch. slashed bolero, tight trousers and gold He took tbe necklace, turning It idly Came a swift flashing of lights from the glittering ribbon of river she Two Beautiful Building Lots
Thompson approached swiftly silen braided sombrero of straw, his long his bad behind
about in bands tben hungrily/ liftedbis the bouse they left a scar rode her alert for

ly. He was beside ber. leaning over black hair waving gracefully to his eyes' to ber face as though inanimate I ry of feet the sound of ,voices loud sign of the eyes Mexican always foraging party any On South Orange Avenue,

ber. his band groping at her throat; shoulders tbe man made an impressive beauty was a thing of no accountIn shrill. insistent The Mexican seized The horse hesitated at the bang of near Lake Lucerne, splen-

a little exclamation of triumph as his figure as be fastened steady, undeviating comparison. took her arm again ber arm fiercely and balf dragged her the stream, but Lucille boldly urged did view of the lake

finger pads touched the necklace. It eyes upon her window until she and thoughtfully led her around devious from off the court to a clump of bushes him forward. only

was in his hands, and then the steel was positive be was looking at ber paths to a deep, sunken well, before where two horses stood saddled and "Hurrah! We're a"r05"r" she saidto 2 1-2 blocks from business

. denness.spring uncoiled with tremendous sud for a purpose. Low voices bummed wbicb be paused. a curious smileupon bridled. In a second she was in the herself as. dripping and disheveled.she center, nice big shade trees

In conversation tben the man his lips. the beside ber.
appeared saddle man
stood upon th.n bt side of the &c.
Taken by surprise before tbe vicious' before her. his "It Is the '" shrubbery, adjourning
offering arm. wi6hing well he murmured The clatter of hoofs rang out upon Rio." Up and down the bank she

fury of the girl's attack the butler "Senor Loubeque sent me that 1 "the wishing well before which the silence, Looking back she
staggered back. Before he could recover might escort about the all who have looked Into the dark
you grounds. crys- glimpses of figures silhouetted but none was in fight But In the distance dences in city.-For sale by
she was upon him driving him might place myself at your disposal"he tal ball and seen that their heart against the tropical vegetation In the she could make out a tiny speck

toward the door. lie lifted his hands murmured. most desires must kneel and make request patio. A spurt of fire leaped out at =-.* chance were It was one of the WALTER W. ROSE
to lead his face, then stopped abruptly Lucille drew from him It is the legend but. ah!" Returned
away at mention ; them like a living thing. The Meal Mexicans. But something,: must be REAL. ESTATE
as he staggered': Into his master just of his master but something in away to hide the swift contortion -, can muttered a guttural oath and urc done if the ranchman was to be saved "

entering the room. the meaning eyes behind the mask reassured of! jealousy and pain that suffuse-1 I ed his horse to more speed. Lucite? from the plot she bad overheard Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block

Hugo Loubeque waited, watching the her and she moved out into his face. bent over ber horse's bead bent low. I Fiercely she urged her 'mount toward Phone 55
furious girl and the ruffled butler curl-



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The lot advertised for $1200, If a woman or a man faints put -LENT ,1 During these days of inclement JONES GOfS!: JUST THE SAME

with a reduction of $400.00, if her or him flat on her or his back Tampa, Fla., Jan. Complete in : weather, when it blows and rains and
give plenty of fresh air and sprinkle every detail is the program of the'i the skies are overcast, it is indeed
buyer would build, was boughtby with cold water. Gasparilla carnival the dates of | refreshing to pick up the St. Peters-

Mr. Samuel Brice of New - I which are February 12 to 16, inclusive burg Independent and note officiallythat !
For opium morphine and laudanum and the most pleasing and brilliant -| it has been a "Sunshine Day." My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
York.* We have decided to of- poisoning give strong coffee and a hot entertainment ever arranged in ; One Lew B. Brown is sure an op-
\ months has not changed its schedule but leaves
bath and keep the patient awake and Florida will be offered to thousands timist. at the
fer another one. moving at any cost. of visitors from other states and I I He reminds us of a fellow who lost same time it always has.

--0- those of Florida as well. Indications his wife by snake bite, his daughter TIME TABLE
Corner lot, well located. Side- Try the following liquid soap recipefor are that all past attendance records I from measles, his barn was blown
green liquid soap, which is recom- for Florida will be broken. | down his house burned his wheat
Bus Leaving Orlando in Front ol Evans The Jeweler.
walks, water, lights, gas. North-
mended by skin specialists for fine The following special days have and corn eaten up by grasshoppers,
east. $1000.00. Will take $600 skins or for those who have the pores been named: j j I and when he came to town to get a
extended. It can be made at home. I Friday is "Clear Havana Cigar ,veterinary to attend to his stock dying WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
if buyer will build within one Take equal parts of glycerin, water, Day so designated in honor of Tam- i from some epidemic he was askedif Read Down Read Up
alcohol and green.castile soap. Shave pa's supremacy in the manufacture of anything was happening out his I .
year. I A. A.M. P. M.'A.M.' : P. :\1.\1 \1.
I !
the into the water and stir \
soap over cigars; Saturday is "Panama Canal i way and he remarked "Things are I :

the fire till the mixture is smooth. Day," being so named because of the mighty quiet; but I have a good crop Orlando - 6:3010.13; 3:00: 9.30 1.301 6.00
Add the glycerin and after the fact ;
lastly that South Florida mainland of cabbage.-Clearwater Sun.
kettle is removed from the fire, the ports are the nearest of all to the Ocoee :30;1.15 4:00 I S.3C 12.3o 5.00

alcohol. Add a tablespoonful of eau Panama canal; Sunday will be "Peace When sewing or reading the light \Vintcr Garden - 7:451;1I:3C 4.3C !: S.15 12.15 4.45

CARL DANN de cologne if perfume is desired. Day," and will be marked by peace should fall over the left shoulder. I Oakland 8:001---: ; 4:3c: I SOC .-i .}.30

--0- I sermons and sacred concerts by ten This prevents the work or book from -- ---- -------------------- ---- ----
If you find that you catch cold very bands; :Monday is "Gasparilla Day," being shaded by the hand, and pro- -- ------ ---
h easily when you are tired or a bit rundown I I the most spectacular of the period, tects the eyes from being fatiguedby -
REAL ESTATE you should take extra care of ,and! Tuesday the closing day will be the light falling directly into them. WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER
yourself at such times. Do not reck- known as "Citrus Fruit Day," be- Very fine type should always be '
I Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
lessly expose yourself when you are cause South Florida leads the world avoided, while unglazed paper is Something new Something New !
fatigued. It is far wiser to relinquish -' in the production of the best citrus more restful to the yes than thq Try it. Ask Aboir. it.
COMPANY any engagements you may have fruits. glossy shiny kind. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for A
made for the if I three or more
evening you come Thorough preparations have been
Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
I home all tired out. It is better to I made for housing and feeding the big If woman is fatigued fifteen min- COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES A
give up everything take a hot bath, crowds at low rates. utes of absolute eye rest will revive I POTATO SALAD )1I <
and go to bed early for a long night's I her spirits and her looks. Dip little
sleep when you are feeling physically FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey milch cow. pads of cotton in diluted witch hazel
GORDON'S CARRIAG.E exhausted. Going out for a good .1 Pine Call at Dr. P. Phillips' office on place over the eyes and lie down inn i Phone 26 Bakery-
i time when you are in this condition I I street. 1-31-St dark room. 'I
only leaves to infection or
-AND- you open (i T'fED-Good second trend Fo-d .. A
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BAGGAGE TRANSfER O O OLT. I Sentinel. l-31-3t
TilEIOST: DANGEROUS ANIMALS Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
MITCHELL-Fi>e passenger; must
HARRELL Prop. IN THE WORLDIn be sacrificed at once. Sel"lr. A.
Vaughan Cook Automobile Co.
Piano and Furniture 1-31-lt ,.
the February American Magazine -
Moving a Specialty Stewart Edward White describes PERSONAL-Will the lady who bor- r- e_.=J .
E. Church St. PHONE 487OSTEOPATH I a thrilling personal experience he had i rowed the umbrella Wednesday afternoon -
hunting lions in South Africa. His from Hotel Astor please re-
turn same. 1311t'FOR
article is entitled "Four Lions at I'

. Once," and is an account of a hunt- '
SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs
ing adventure in which he killed four for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13.
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER lions. In the course of his article Mr. Phone 708. 1-31-1moc

I Office corner Orange Avenue and White says that the lion stands easilyat
the head of the list of FOR SALE-A lot of second hand
Church St.. Davis & McNeil dangerousbig
doors frames window blinds and 9. _
Phone 419. game. The leopard takes second sash. nquire at No. 12 West Amelia
place buffalo, third, and rhinoceros avenue. 1-31-lt 'K r I
fourth. He adds the following factsas U a

Dr. S. S. JonesCHIROPRACTOR to the man killing made by cer-I L. C. Kavanaugh of Orlando, pop- 'Slit'
tain animals: ular commercial tourist from Memphis -

"Perhaps a 'score' might be inter- ; was here yesterday, a guest at
graduate Davenport College, 17 and esting. Within the news radius of I the DeSoto. Mr. Kavanaugh is rec- -
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone Nairobi in fourteen months lions ,ognized among the Orlando 'live
209. Intelligent people everywhere killed eight men, mauled four; ele- I wires," having been chosen an hon- ON EXHIBIT AT THE
are being restored to health by chiropractIc
adjustments the phants killed two mauled one; buffa- orary member of the Boosters' Club
of removing the cause of disease.new science Examination loes killed two; rhinoceros killed I there. Orlando spells opportunity, he GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE.
.1 free. 12-24-lmo two." I says.-Tampa Tribune.
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announcement of last week meant just what it said, that I was going out of business. The sale

of the whole stock, fixtures, goodwill and lease of store room, would suit me better than any other way,

but if I don't sell that way, the goods will go at cost and in many instances below cost as long as there is

enough to sell at retail, and then the balance will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. There won't be

any slip this time. If you want goods at prices never heard of before in Orlando, get to them before your

neighbor does, there won't be any more after the present stock is gone. .

Below are a few of the prices. have not time or space to name prices on all goods, but everything will be sold at wholesale

prices, and you save the freight besides, as. I do not add freight to the cost of the good .


Misses Winter CoatsJUST HALF PRICE 50c. kind for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for __________________________$3.50 II.

Misses! Winter CoatsJUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________25c25c
Misses Sweaters kind for ________ ____________________20c COTTON BLANKETS-
---------JUST "
HALF PRICE $2.75 kind for ___________________________$2.00
MEN'S COLLARS- INFANTS RUBENS $2.50 kind for __________________________$1.85 .

Any at __________________________________20c $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.10
15c. kind --------------------------------10c $125.00 kind for _________________________95c
By the dozen or balance of box -_____________9c LADIES NDKERCIIIEFS--

LADIES LONG 35c. kind! for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS a
SILK GLOVES- 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for -------------------_______SOc
$1.00 for _______ 75c. kind for _______55c
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LADIES VESTS 60c. kind for ________:L____________________45c
50 c. kind for 40c
3k.In d for 1 25c25c.
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kind for
----------- 40c '
--------------- kind for 20c
----------------------------- MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.LADIES .

$3.00 kind for $3.00 kind for __________________. ________$2.00
$".00 $1.50 kind for $1.15
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$"....00 kindkind for $1.50
$2.50 kind for -------------------------- 80cMEN'S
$?.00 $1.00 kind for
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$2.00 kind for _$1.-0 $1.50 for --------------------------$1.00
$1.50: kind for _$1.15 $1.00 kind for ____________________________SOc WORK SHIRTS-

$1.25 kind for -__$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for _____________________________40cMEN'S
$1.00 kind for SOc Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats willbe
sold at price no reasonable offer will be 11IEN'S
any SOc. kind for _____________________________40c

$2.00 kind for SUITS-5
12V c. ___________________________ $1.00 kind for 75c
BOYS BLOUSES AND SKIRTS-.pecial Nainsook finish, 12V%:c. kind for _____09c
Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE-
50 c. kind for --------------------------___40c Ginghams, lOc. kind for -08c $1.00 kind for ________________________________75c
35c. kind for -------------------------____25c Ginghams, 12/. kind for--:::::::::::::::::lOc SOc. kind for ____-______________________40c .rt.

25c. kind for -------------------------___20c. Percales, 12V&C.: kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for ___________________________25c 1to

Sale began Monday morning, January 11th at 7 o'clockAnd .

will continue as long as there is anything lelt.

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Beautiful Lake
>.' Do not start out to climb your lad- PAYS RESPECTS TO EOlat .
South Florida SentinelMORNING
der of fame with muddy feet. Your ORLANDO
AND WEEKLY tracks of recklessness will be discov- Residence For At
w. M. GLENN .....................Editor
W. C. ESSINGTON ......BnrineM Manager. ered and you will be your own doomsman. (Continued from page 1))
But shod yourself well with sorry I can't give you a better story, SaleAT
Entered at the poctoffiee at Orlando. Florida -
as Second Class Mail Matter. perseverence, integrity, a smile, and but anything you say goes." lIe hada
faith in humanity, and although the warm handshake, an indicationthat
Daily 1 Year ........................ JS.OO way is steep you will not slip. Let "Henry W. Savage Produces" l "
Daily. 6 Months ...................... %.$0 "there is no such word as fail" be sunshine and cheer ,and radiates
Daily S Months ...................... 1.2 a I Location corner East Washington
Oail". 1 Month ....................... .SoWeekly. your guiding star, and you are boundto striking personality.Mr. -
1 Year .....77777...*........ tl.W win the goal.In Savage cruised to Key West I and East Street, facing
north. There is a beautiful view
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN o from New York in his private yacht.At I
ADVANCETO of the Lake. Lot is 75x150
., many cities and towns of Floridathe Key West the yacht broke a pro- I
feet. House is constructed of
ADVERTISERS: talk of state division is taken up peller and the craft was laid up at I
log and shingles, and contains
Copy for display and. all ether handsetdTerliunr editorially by many of the newspa- Tampa for repairs. While he is
cant be bandra in at the banne eight large rooms beautifully
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. pers, each editor believing his townto waiting for it to be put in conditionhe
finished. This
the.day before. publication This ral applies be the logical point for the capital is improving his time by cruising property belongsto
to chances for contract' advertising: it is Col. W. P. Walton, former
Inranabie! and will be strictly. adhered to. regardless of the town's location. around the state. .
owner of the Reporter Star who
The Sentinel believes that the old At Fort Myers he was attractedby I r I.I I.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued
occupied it about six months.
should notify the office in writing on saying, "Counting your chickens be- a recital he attended. "Where I \:
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Business interests compel the
fore they are hatched," be found have I heard that voice before "
continued at the regular subscription rates. may ? It
Colonel to live in Kentucky, and }7rI
until notice to atop is received.
cloistered the
Telephone. Numb r ..._........_......... 2-1 safely amongst was none other than Forrest Dabney I he has instructed us to sell the
relics of the sanctorum of
sanctum Carr's. Both men formed an acquaintance -
property at a great bargain.FOR .
SUNDAY JANUARY 31, 1915. seventy-five South Florida editorial several years ago, Mr.
-- -- writers. Carr singing in one of the Savage SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY -t

THERE SHOULD BE NO FURTHER n productions. Accompanied by Mr. i

FRICTION BETWEEN CITY The Lakeland Telegram is all and Mrs. Carr and Miss Roberta Cooper Atha

AND BUSINESS MEN wrought up because a Sanford editor Branch, Mr. Savage came to Orlando.Mr. .

A topic of conversation at the pres- has stated that Orlando is the very Savage is president and direc- 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor

ent time of absorbing interest and best inland town in the state. Don't tor of the Henry W. Savage, Inc., and Phone No. 311
which has caused the business men of take that matter seriously, for com- the Castle Square Opera company
Orlando no little worry is the one ing from the source it does it is most and also a director of the National 1 !

dealing with section 9 of the traffic likely a case of irony being mixed Association of Theatrical Producing I

ordinance adopted March 6, 1914, and with satire. We feel that this is the Managers. CORES

put into effect April 1..1914.; The correct solution, or otherwise Arca- VENEER OUR ANNUAL

section is as follows: dia would have been pointed out as CARD OF THANKSWe $1.25
Section 9. Within the limits the town.-Arcadia News.
embraced between the south side o desire to express our grateful i
of Washington street to the north Dont be so hasty to express your appreciation of the kindness and sym Per Strand Up ,
side of Jackson street, and from think about what !! pathy of our friends during the recent I i FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS: AND:
opinions, you are
side of Main to
the street
the east side of Gertrude avenue, going to say a long time before you illness and death of our dear mother, I OAK WOOD I LILY Y \WUIT%' [ SAlE
no vehicle (including motor cy- say it and then keep your mouth and for the thoughtful sympathy OrlandoVood YardB.
shall be ata
cles and
bicycles) run closed. The trouble with most of us which prompted the sending of flow- I

per greater hour and speed when than turning ten miles cor- is we are like the parrot in the story, ers by the Sentinel force and many PINE:. W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. R. I

ners the speed shall not exceed we talk too much.-Plant City Cou- other friends. Telephone 34-1
eight miles per hour. In the rest rier. II. ERNEST and 9-30
of the city, the speed limit shall LILLIAN HARDY.
not exceed fifteen miles per hour. -
This speed limit shall not applyto Have you seen the new spring I COMMENCES
the fire department, when hats? Shapes and colors are start- :' I
called out en fire duty, nor to the :ling! The crown in many cases that !
force other officers -
police or
encloses the thought-dome is much
when on duty.
Rigid observance of section 9 was smaller than in several seasons past. NEXT fRIDAY
not made by the city officials until We ask the Fair Sex if this is significant -

December 20, 1914. On that day and ? 1

continuing to the present time the -,---
police have arrested fifty violators. The midwinter fair is ten days distant -

With the exception of three offenders An oil painting of the weatherman LOOK fOR SPECIAL

whose fines were remitted by with a sparkling halo and a scep-
order of the court, the remaining I ter in one hand indicative of clear Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe

forty-seven victims of the dragnet skies and a warm sun would be a ANNOUNCEMENT

produced the usual fine of $10 and good exhibit and attract interest.

costs. a --

Of the fifty persons arrested manyof There seems to be a lot of good

them were residents of neighboring natured rivalry between Orlando's

cities and towns. The list shows midwinter fair and Tampa's Gaspa- time is now ripe for an investment in this par- ([This sale the
the following proportionment: Win- rilla carnival, and now it appears that expresses t

ter Park 2 Pine Castle, 3 Dania, big Jacksonvile is envious of the suc-
; ; ticular section of the city. well will be
Property bought
Conway, Altamonte Springs, 2; Zell- cess of each.-Arcadia News. last word in Fashion Fabrics

wood Sanford, Winter Garden, Win- o
ter Iiaven. Oakland Jacksonville and Nine persons committed suicide in absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or and demonstrates the Store's

Daytona, 1. One traveling man by Chicago in twelve hours. Which

the name of Allen was also arrested. causes the Birmingham, AgeHeraldto three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- efficiency in exhibiting the

Seven names of the fifty persons arrested remark that Chicago is an ideal

have not been placedtheywere place for shuffling off this mortal MAKERS. .
coil. Tampa Times. HCream"of the Textile
vidently strangers; and the remaining -
victims of the law claim Or- a Call and let me show them to you.
lando as home.Counting The ground hog will soon make his World both in

the sixteen persons arrested annual trip out, but not by the front i

from neighboring towns and door at which the farmer's boy has

the unaccounted for prepared the shiny steel trap with a
seven (strangers)
the startling total constitutes nearly bright red apple.
fifty per cent of the fifty victims. a
Discounting the strangers onethirdof A:ter the war is over and the Peace UREA ARTICLES

the number arrested came from Palace at the Hague is repaired remodeled S. Y. WAY

towns and representative communities and refinished, Andy may be

that bring a volume of trade and able to present Orlando with a Carne- Watch torInH! and complete announcement

business to Orlando. The businessper gie library.A Insurance and Real Estate Agent I

day may not be great, perhaps, o
the desk of the
letter comes to
the it
but when computed by year
thousands of dollars. Sentinel from a young man in Illinois
will amount to PHONE 172
when the who is en route to Mexico City. All
Since December 20 activ-
ity of the police department com- fools aren't dead yet.

menced the Sentinel has watched o
To tell that his
some one nowadays
closely the enforcement of the traffic
word is "as old wheat in the
good as
ordinance and the punishment dealt ,
mill" is a very high compliment.
the so-called speeders. The Sentinelhas

heard the excuses made by many o
of the offenders; has listened to the Daily slogan' No.9: "Orlando- ,

city officials' side; heard the com- Perpetual Prosperity!" -

ments of the chief of police; the com- ---

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public and the business men. +
The question is not one of such tDICKSONIVES
amazing and baffling nature that it THORNTON PARKOne J

should be allowed to worry the busi-
ness men; from now on there should be

no friction between the representative
commercial interests of Orlando and

the city government.The of the finest subdivisions in the city. Many great

mayor has given assurances

that a preliminary warning will be : : improvements being made in this part of the town. Water, A \
given. All the business men desire-

who are working for the continued ; ; electric lights and sidewalks. About seventy lots yet for sale I
prosperity of the city, who want all

the business from neighboring towns reasonable Some restrictions I
j \ at very prices. as to buildings
that they can possibly secure; who do

not wish to see patrons ;from a distance but ,
: : not unreasonable.For
victimized by indiscriminationis .

a liberal fair, conscientious in-

terpretation ordinance.In of .section 9 of the existing prices call at 905 Central Avenue on the premises cOJ: i

the future if the city govern- : : or ask your dealer.TAYLOR.

ment can not have judgment, discre-

tion, common sense, impartiality, and

fairness administered by the officers .DEP ARTMENT STORE.

making the arrests, the city should
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supplant these officers with new men
of sane judgment with a keen sense & THORNTON ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
of rightful interpretation of the law, The Store of true service, of never.failing courtesy ,

and officers who must know that in of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
serving the city they must respect the chandise, at right prices ,

t interests of the business men, who Proprietors' ORLANDO e FLORIDA 1t 1
after all are at the basis of Orlando's i

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I (@rluubn nrtrty LucerneTOMORROW ij FAVORTE THEATRE : : rr-

"Get it at Aliens"

I. Open 2 m. and !
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright p. 6:30 p. m.

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 cents

LY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. :that afternoon will be given this afternoon .MMMlMMMitlMHMMtMONDAY'S

I at the Chapter House. PROGRAMRex.
31st-Feb. 6th. -- :- "Through the Flames," in ALLIGATOR BAGSAT
I two parts, with Anna Little and Her-
Mrs. Lawton Hostess
Sunday The GREATEST DAY OF THE bert Rawlingson.
Usual church services. I The Saturday Auction Bridge Club Nestor. "Maggie's Honest Lover," I AT COST
3:30 p. m-"Work in China," Dr. was entertained by Mrs. J. B. Lawton with Eddie Lyons, Victoria Forde and I
:Mary Glenton, medical missionary to i at her home Lake Eola. The BABY SHOW Lee Moran. \ have a number of these bags in all sizes
China, at Episcopal Chapter House. I on V
6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor guests were the club members and j that we will close out at cost.MANICURE.
meeting to reorganize, at Presbyterian Mrs. Seth Woodruff, Mrs. Harry L. A Few Big Presents. and a number HUPMOBILE A POPULAR CAR

lecture room. Beeman Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr.,
Monday of Small Ones Will be Five of the 1915 models deliv-
3 p. m.-Red Cross reception and Mrs. House, Mrs. Deming, Mrs. C. G. were
musicale at the home of ?Mrs. H. L. Westcott, Mrs. C. W. Goodrich, Mrs. ered this month by Rush & Holbrook.Its .

Beeman, Gore avenue. Sidney Ives, Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Misses Given Away. roominess,.elegants appearance,and
Business meeting House.of tie Woman's Southgate, Margaret Hart, Mary up to date equipment warrant their

Auxiliary.8:15 p. m Chapter, -Recital, at Cathedral I'I Howard, Gertrude Rossiter. The high slogan: "Car of the American Fam- SETSAT
School; Miss Persing and Miss Hibbs. score was made by Miss Hart, who ily." The universal satisfaction of

Tuesday received a lovely bottle of perfume.The owners seems to be thorough proofof
Reception at "Bishopstead;" :Mrs. its mechanical AT COST
consolation was won by Mrs. perfection.
Mann, hostess.
1 Sorosis Club, book review; Mrs. A. Westcott, a deck of cards. Mrs. Ralph' STOUT LILLARD Any of the sets we have will be sold at very low
B. Whitman, ?Mrs. Victor Starbuck. Yearby assisted Miss Rita Lawton in FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY;
Beau-Not Club; Mrs. Sherman, hos- serving a delicious turkey luncheon- LARGEST GROCERY STOREIN figures.

tess.Tuesday Bridge Club; Mrs. Woodruff turkey, cranberries, 'dressing, celery, AND ORLANDO
hostess. olives, pickles, buttered rolls, coffee, Just received a carload of high STERLING
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. and Lord and Lady Baltimore cake.Returns FRANCES WASHINGTON grade flour, in 24 lb. sacks; priced
Clarence Brown, hostess. I n FRENCH IVORY
- very reasonable. Also carload of Red n
7:30 p. Mendelssohn Club rehearsal I
lecture to Ohio Bliss seed potatoes Call and see
Presbyterian room. Will in their Latest II SILVER PLATED
Wednesday Miss Annie Speary, who has been Appear our prices. 21 West Church street.

Audubon Society, executive board the attractive guest of Mrs. Gaston Phone 638. 1-30-6tc U U
meeting office of Dr. Blackman, Winter Dances
Park. Edwards, left on Thursday night for I

Unity Circle, current events; Mrs. her home in Marietta, Ohio. LECTURERev.
E. E. Carr will lecture
t - on I
"At Home;" ?Mrs. Haden, hostess; Civic League RehearsalThe "Christian Fellowship" Friday, February I .llen: & OCL
Deaconess Pell-Clarke, honoree. .
Guilda rehearsal for the Civic League 5th, at seven-thirty, at Unity ,
Bachelor Girls; Miss Hap-
persett, hostess. 'I entertainment will be held at the Elks Chapel. Rev. Carr comes highly recommended -i JEWELERS

Needlework Guild, Chapter House. Club on :Monday morning at ten as a very interesting and i
7:30 p. .-Men's Forum, discus- o'clock. able speaker. 1-31-6tc
Its Worthy Unemployed? !
Thursday Reception in Honor of Mrs. C. A. Mr. J. B. Smith, one of the hustlingreal _

Rosalind Club. Boone, Jr., of Orlando, Fla. THE GREATEST OF ALL estate agents of Lakeland, spent _______ =.
7 Dinner and annual meet-
p. mw- One of the most beautiful enter- in '
yesterday Orlando making
ing of Orlando Peace Society, Osceola prep- - -
tainments of the season was the reception -
hotel. PLAYS"RUNAWAY arations to move his family to Or- II
"Orlando Day" at Seminole county noon, January given on 23 last, by Saturday Mrs. Mayme after- SERIAL ange county to reside, and will cast ... . . . . . ..
Hinkle Quest at her home in Mockingbird his lot in Pine Castle._ Mr. Smith will
Nullos Club.Mendelssohn. Friday Valley, in honor of :Mrs. Cas- be associated with a development W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rhan. ; ;
sius A. Boone, Jr., of Orlando, Flor-
-- JUN'E" company, and wil no doubt prove a
ida. The music room, library and
Club Notes dining room were beautifully deco- s very valuable citizen for that pros-
The club has accepted the invita- rated with American Beauty roses perous place.
and silver candelabra bearing red ta SUN PROOF PAINT and satace -
tion of Dr. and Mrs. Blackman to
pers. A plate lunch was served, followed Featuring Norma Phillips and
Cose ca&fe
sing at Rollins College on the evening 3fc. l:. and lsla.ca 1lt. as 3. as
J>p ices and mints in the colors 8uyd ttCc.: L.t. Sackso-n,
v>i February SMh. Tn e cnoT'Dswi)) }ol the decorations. Wore than fifty of the UJSKK QUS&H&&& t"a))y freeess sad tM }talc. Ask the

give "Bis-wa&a's; 'e ilag 'Feast. guests were presen .-Louisnfle jther stars company, Nashville, Tenn., who have
Times. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co.,
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Carr
Dabney - been looking for a good place to lightin
will each give a group of American Florida, think they have found 205 So. Orange Avenue.
Mr. Savage Was Guest
Indian songs. their hearts' desire in Orlando after
tIre and Mrs.: Forrest Dabney Carr Phone 261
Two rehearsals wilt be held Tues- spending several days looking the
had for their to dinner last
day evening of this week. The first guest city over. They will perhaps remain
:Mr. W. of
evening Henry Savage,
at seven-thirty in the Presbyterianchurch
several weeks looking over realty of-
New York, the noted theatrical pro-
practicing the "Wedding ferings for their firm. ' '
ducer. Madame Butterfly was one of " " '
Feast. All members are urged to
his famous successes. Mr. Savagehas "WILD WEST LOVE"A
be present, as arrangements must be -
the distinction of the
being orig-
made for the Winter Park concert
inal of in .
and the trip up there. The second at producer opera English.Mr.
will return to to- Komedy. A scream. FRANK O'NEAL
eight o'clock, in the lecture room, for Savage Tampa Keystone A. CURTIS WILLIAM R.

the "Mikado.: day.
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Rossmore- Inn- Dance Was Charming Hostess Established 1886

The Friday evening dance at the :Mrs. J. P. Holbrook delightfully

Rossmore Inn was a very enjoyable entertained a company of friends informally -

affair, about twenty couples of young yesterday afternoon at her
people going out by auto from Or- home on Anderson street in honor of This enormous show for the CURTIS & O'NEAL

lando. A merry party of boys and her cousin, Miss Smith, from Ken-

girls who had planned a hay ride in tucky. In a sewing contestoutlining -

one of the large auto trucks, found in stitches a pig-Miss Smith won Same Little PricesMr. INSURANCE LOANS

the roads too bad, and had to changeover the prize. Elegant refreshmentswere

to cars and continue on their served, Mrs. Holbrook' being as-

way, and tripped the light fantastic sisted in serving by her sister, :Miss REAL ESTATE RENTALS.

with the other dancers until the mid- Helen Smith, of Orlando.Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allis, of Mil-

night hour. Sandwiches and punch waukee, \Vis., arrived in Orlando Fri-
were served during the evening. : and Mrs. A. P. Heard, of Bir- day afternoon over the Tampa Spe-

These weekly affairs are becomingvery mingham, Ala., were among the arrivals cial. They are registered at the San

popular and with more ideal over the Tampa Special yes- Juan and will remain here for six

moonlight nights, as was this one, terday afternoon. They are going to weeks. Mr. Allis is a nephew of Mr.J. Furnished South Main
FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms
some fifty couples' should enjoy the remain through the month of Febru- L. Watson, 407 Osceola street.OSTEOPATHY. ,

:ride and dance each week. ary and will then visit points of inter- Street.

- est farther south. A

Reception at Bishopstead Seven Room House South Orlando.
"Mrs. Cameron Mann will receive at Dr. L. :M. Bebee, pastor of the A

Bishopstead on Tuesday afternoon in Presbyterian church, and Mrs. Bebee, DR. J. c. HOWELL
Tumor of Dr. Mary Glenton, Deaconess are to leave tomorrow for Orlando, &
and Orlando.
Physician Surgeon South
Osteopathic Two New Five Room Houses :West
Pell-Clarke, Deaconess Perry, Fla., where Mrs. Bebee will spend the Kirksville Graduate ,

Deaconess Parkhill, and Mrs. Fisher, winter. Dr. Bebee expects to return Consultation Free
Owing to the Red Cross benefit con- home in about three weeks.Excelsior Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
cert on Monday afternoon the addressto Springs, Mo, Daily Journal, Jan- Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
have been given by Dr. Glenton on uary 21. Orlando, Fla.
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Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement The TIRE THAT STANDS FOR :f

at every point even to minor details. Full Floating f '' The Red MILEAGE Tube without a ; .

Rear Axle; Timken Bearings; Electric Lights and Starter; I SUPERIORCosts No More

Speedometer driven from Transmission Absolutely Any Size


Price $860.00 fob Orlando.PHILLIPS.



W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. i : I

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange AveIS..S..uIs.iiit

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I NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS l. "umber LatI1 gild
I SENTINEL MANUFACTURE all classes of hair Shingles
t goods; prices reasonable and work
first class. Call and see us at 303
Garland street. 1-6-lmo.


I buy, sell rent and exchange real
&m estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Morning Sentinel Want over 30 years. Have handled over
Directory is the Greatest Want 20000000. Call and see me.
. Ad Medium in Orlando. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ORLANDO"Royal

t ti ti Terms Cash in Advance. GRIFFING'S PECANS

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No more profitable be
f For One Day ______________25t crop can
For Three Days ____________50c I raised than large paper shell pecans. Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days ____-_________75c Grafted trees bear young. W. H.
[ For One Month ____________$2. 0 Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South
A CORNER{ LOT This rate applies on all ads of Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc
25 words less. If the ad
tains more or than 25 words the con-rate 14. . . . . . . MiliilHllltlllltlitlMMIIIillllllilllMiMlillllMMiMIMIMIIilt.
f Is always the Buyer's choice.. will be one cent per word for Established 1870

There are but few corners, sertion.If each additional. word, for each in- R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. Sub-TropicallVIid-Winter Fair j

and they are generally sold you can't bring your ad to 132 Park Place, New York
f the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Wholesale Dealers and Commission
t early.We counts opened by telephone will be Merchants in Florida Orangesand
have house payable the following day.
[ a on a Grapefruit

Er good corner lot, all modern Every Home-E>ery Business- Represented by OEL..8.. :OO., FL..A.I .

and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a Geo.V.. Tull, Orlando, Fla.

\ A NEW HOUSE[ Sentinel FOR Want SALE Ad. Liberal. E.signments.R. Cochran advances, President.T. made. on con I F--0 9-13 1915 : : >

PP L. Turney, Treasurer.
i The price is very low for -
this grade of property. Call a furnished house and will call at

( in and let us take you out and 707 East Central avenue can buy Get the news i& the Sentinel first. EmbracIng-AgrIculture Horticulture Floriculture DomesticArts
same. Will sell for half actual value.
i show it to you today. L-30-3t* and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
FOR SALE Five house and
t A few minute's walk to two extra lots, all joining, on Ohio j I and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
business center. avenue, Oakwood Park, for $590 cash. Fr L
nt t
of all kindsA
Apply at tent on ground. l-29-3t AreoplansLectures and Entertainments

: ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO FOR SALE-Five room bungalow, notable feature of the Sub-Tropical 1\1 id-\Vinter Fair will be an exhi- i I with bath front porch and sleeping bition of Angus, hort Hern and Herford Bulls by Mtssrs Cobb & Denny. :
porch; pretty grounds and fruit,bearing For Sale
1 II North Orange Avenue i trees. Address M. E. II., Sentinel of York, Ala., with Graded Cows and Cahcs. These anirrals are warranted

PHONE 608 office. 1- 8-6t. I free of ticks and immune to cattle lever. The bulls will be offered for sale and

FOR SALE-Five all cattle owners \\ho wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity cf get-
modern conveniences, completely Four lots on PARK LAKE ; ting some fine stock.
FRED B. DALEC. furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Ap-
H. BRYANT ply to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadway and COLONIAL DRIVE EAST,
avenue. 1-27-lmo* well located for residences.
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. I -For 'information or premium list, address
Large Live Oaks,
A. 31 bearing
PEPPERCORN. Contractor FOR SALE-Six cylinder Thomas
touring car, in good condition; four orange trees. Garage. Low \VM. R. O'NEAL, Scc'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. jj jji
new tires; an excellent motor; cost Price. Easy Terms, if de- .
4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash desired. "'H 11111111111111111..i..i II' 1.111.1111..1 lito 11111 UIJIIII B III 1111111111111111..
or take a good Ford touring car apart
payment. Address P. O. Box Phone 567, or apply at 108

"DIXIE LIMITED" No. 2, Formosa, Fla. 1-26-6t* Hillcrest avenue 1

FOR SALE-Candy, cigar and con-
fectionery store, at Week's Grocery,,
BetweenJ No. 124 West Church street. Good Cut Flowers ,.
/:7T .
location and fine business. Inquireat b r-r. ;,
cksonville Chicago and St. Louis above address. 1-26-lwk* eJ ; ,or1tmKINCAIB iJ'i JJ JZ/l'J< iV

Reestablished January C, 1915 Potted Plants
FOR SALE-Modern home, 7 rooms
NorthbO hall, bath, screened porch, extra
nd-DaIfY-Southbound large closets, and trunk room; locatedin .
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm L first class residential district; 5 See Our Grand Display
5:08 pm Ar. Macon LT.11:45 am minutes from postoffice. For quicm
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 a sale will take $2,500. Terms. kCarnations
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am of owner, 312 North Main. 12012tm 1111ff SNOWDEN\
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 a :
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm FOR SALE OR RENT With stock
6:35pmAr. Chicago Lv.11:30 am and tools best farm in county; va \Ve will have a large .
2:59 pm Ar. St. LouisLv.2:15 riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
'to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock shipment this week.Special .
Solid Train Compartment-Observa Bldg- Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own Orlando's Largest and Cheapest

tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and er. 1-16-tfc
coaches, between Jacksonville and i Sale
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers FOR SALE-Story & Clark uprightgrand HOUSE
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING piano won by Miss Myrtle FURNITURE
Weeks in the recent contest will be Jams, Jellies and Canned
sold for benefit of Baptist church Fruits.
CARS building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
Weeks 10 Washington street.
Atlantic Coast Line 1-13-tfc

Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. FOR SALE-To those only who have CARUTHERS & GORE
cash capital to invest in winter
I homes; also big acreage in groves and
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., ,,trucking lands. Address Box 814,
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc New Modern G
Tampa, Florida. Grocery

FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, r
10 cleared ready for setting trees;
close to depot 3 miles from Orlando. Phone 200
FOR SALE Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box

No.1. Forty acres virgin pine tim FOR No. 4,SALE-One] seven passenger 1-3-lmo*,, 6 and 8 East Pine St. Beiu tile N Ye ar Riht
ber land, on south side of lake front, six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, [ [
three-fourths mile from railroad sta first class condition. Don't answer
tion. 1000. unless interested. Address Bargain,
care of Sentinel. 11-14-
No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lakefront ,, ,,/ ;-\
one-half mile from Forest City; FOR SALE
six acres bearing orange grove; good
eight room house. $4,500; terms. Terms to Suit Purchaser j y
Good citrus and truck land, cleared, Cook and Heat
No.3. Twenty four miles
from the city, on lake acres front twelve in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, o n DR. L H. RAMSDELu
brick road to be built this year, two
acres bearing orange grove; orange miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 OPTOMETRIST
crop recently sold two thousand three rings,or write II. G.Jackson, R. F. D. (SucccHaor:: ell Dr. O. r. i.ikia.,
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. ORLANDO .
grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; 1-7-lrao

No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick FOR RENT AND DO ALL KINDS OF -
street; high class neighborhood. TfrAT. REPAIRING
1000. FOR RENT-Nice, clean, furnished
rooms; yll conveniences; large verandas
No. 5. Thirty acres near hard sur- shady grounds; rates mod
face road; one mile from railroad erate for season; close in. 205 Magnolia Have You Noticedl!
station, on lake front; four acres avenue. 1-28-61
budded grove; six hundred boxes of What is
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousandfeet FOR RENT-Large, attractive room HappeningEast GAS
virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. Inquire No. 8 West Washington St

E. CRAWFORD 11-8-tfc of Orlando

Office, Orland Hotel.13lno FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con
Knox.veniences, unfurnished. Jas.11-3-A. Directly Out


Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Tlien ll Ynull' Sllrely be IIIIBDY J

FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in frontof We offer for sale Seminole
Howard's Studio. Owner can Park Lots, located just at the
have same by calling at Curry's electrical
Graduate of Kirksville
shop and identifying propertyand City on easy terms.
paying for this adv. 130tfFOR
132 S. Orane Avenue

,CORNS see the, chiropodist bunions ingrowingnails for men Also 2Va miles from the City
and women. L. J. Mustard, over Mc- limits near Lake Underhill, 5
Elroy's drug store, 117 Orange ave acre tracts. Standing round .
PHONE nue.1-16-1mc Pedicure and manicure. I timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
groves, and on easy terms.

Then to the Barlow Gift
go Shop
BARNARD & SON around the corner and see the classy ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.

17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fix pottery; something different. No. 9 ,

12-10-lm West Church street. l-30-2t Watkins Block PHONE 5O4 I r I


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Embroidery, Laces, White Goods and Muslin UnderwearOnce

more we are going to delight the ladies of Orlando White Goods in the very newest patterns and weaves, in

and Vicinity,with one of our Famous Violet Brand Sales. This, Linen and Cotton, together with a great assortment of the
as many of our customers know, is the prettiest and most Famous Dove Brand of Muslin Underwear. All of these will
B I G S.r 0 R E
fascinating showings and sale we have. be days.beautifully displayed, and prices made very cheap for five

All the new and beautiful designs in Embroidery, both in Sale beginning Tuesday: February 2nd. We urge you to
White and Colors, Dainty Laces of all kinds and widths from S Sale I Begins I Tuesday Feb 2) come, for it will not only delight you. but will be a great money
all parts of the world. I I saver. .

. Beautiful "NuFrench" embroidered front in blue, worked in

Every garment included in this, our first sale of :Muslin OV dainty design, with ribbon run through eyelets at top; Seal I
Underwear, is of a quality that is above reproach in its grade. lops finish neck and sleeves.
The making is first-class in every particular; each piece being
BECOMING SLIT.0'"ER GOWNS, with fancy front; eleborately -
full well .
cut as every woman wants it, but fitting.
rags .d ] trimmed with Val. Lace insertion, finished with a

10 STYLES OF NIGHT GOWNS IN V. B. SALE, each 98c pretty bow of ribbon.
LOW NECK GOWNS of good quality soft nainsook, elaborate YOUR CHOICE OF ANY OF THE ABOVE and five
yoke of Fancy Hamburg medallion, set between fine lace other beautiful styles, worth up to $1.50, in the
insertions. Violet Brand Sale _______________________________9Sc
. CHARMING SLIP-OVER GOWN, with Kimona sleeves, of LADIES GOWNS, we have other remarkable values in
fine white Nainsook, guaranteed hand embroidered front in Newest Styles in the latest exclusive styles in the Violet Brand
butterfly design, Val. lace edges, with beading and ribbon : Sale at____.4Sc, 79c., 9Sc., $1.38, $1.69, $1.98, and $?.18
around top. DOVEUndermuslins I

COMBINATIONS, Teddy Bears, Skirts, Drawers, Chemise,
SUBSTANTIAL AND DAINTY LOW SQUARE NECK Princess Slips and Corset Covers, at equally as low prices as
GOWN, of good quality nainsook, wide ribbon in fine Val Lace Fruhfrom New York City the above. To appreciate the real value of these Under Muslins -
insertion, completed with fancy lace madellions. you. must come to our store.


;c On Tuesday, the first day of the Sale, we will give
#f every lady who visits our store a Bunch of Violets Free.


ONE BIG LOT VAL. LACES, all new, fresh and
clean, in Violet Brand Sale ____________________5c

: all exceptional good values, in Violet Brand Sale__lOc ',

Our assortment of Laces consists of an immense variety .
I of qualities and patterns, all of which will be on sale at remarkable -
low prices. We are showing a beautiful line of -
-- Shadow Lace, Bobinet Laces, heavy Crackley EmbroideredLaces
Venetian Laces, Chantilly Laces, Twotoned French
Laces, Hemmed Bobinet Flouncings, Torchon, Val., Linen and
Cluney Laces.

Dame fashion has decreed that Laces shall be-very good this
spring, so we have bought the greatest line we ever owned,
both in foreign and domestic makes. It will be a delight to I
D Q' (E see them. D
llnder musAaa Uader .


have made arrangements with Mrs. Burnett,
who has rooms in our building, to make all wash dresses

r that are bought from us, up to February 10th, for the exceeding -
1I' low price of $5.00. To those who know the valueof

Mrs. Burnett's work, this will be a great offer.


is Unmatched for Quantity, Quality and Low Pricing R 0 0 f G 6ARII A f N Special Lot of Embroideries VIOLET BRAND, in Edges SALE, Bands, In- .

sertions and Galoons, values up to 25c, V. B.

PAJAMA: CHECKS, fine soft finish, free from .Sale _:____lOc

dressing, 36 inches wide, Violet Brand Sale _.8c THEATREMonday Special Lot of Beautiful Embroidery, in Edges,
LAWN, plain white, full 40 inches wide, 12i/ : Bands, Insertions, Galoons and 18 in. Flounc .

quality, Violet Brand Sale ____________________9c ings, values up to 50c., in V. B. Sale -------____25c

Night ;

RICE CLOTH, plain white, a beautiful fabric, for a CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in Transparent -
I. serviceable wash dress, 40c quality, Violet Brand Sale19c Voiles and Crepe, beautiful new designs, I
in the Violet Brand Sale 48o, 79c. and 98c.
Bigu"Drama. 2 reels.Sidney I ,
LUNA LAWN, a plain white sheer material, 36 inches < DAINTY SWISS and TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY -
wide, 15c. quality, Violet Brand Sale ___:.__________lOc very fine sheer, with white and colored edges, of ,
Ayres very delicate embroidery, in Violet Brand Sale 59c and 69c

SHERRETTE, a beautiful sheer fabric, with a high VOILE EMBROIDERY, with the new Terry border, in I

sheen, 25c. quality, Violet Brand Sale _____________19c ON DESERT{ { SANDS Pink Violet, Light Brand Blue,Sale White and Black, 45 inches wide, $1.19 AIn
27 inches wide, in Violet Brand Sale JJT69c 1
Hardly a store in America is showing the assortment of --------------
these favorite white goods. They are here in a beautiful va- ALL OVER VOILE EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide,
riety of patterns and weaves, and at prices never before offered Sterling,..Ccmedy in dainty patterns, in white and colors, in Violet 1
Brand Sale _____________-______ __ 89c
at this season of the year, so don't fail to see this ---- :
tiful display of Splash Voiles, Splash Crepes, Seed \' auOLIVE'S[ LOVE. AFEAIRAND on Seeded Voile, in Violet I Brand, Sale $1.39 ..
Flaked Voiles, Transparent Dots, Transparent Chintz figures,
We showing line of fine Swiss Nain
are a complete very t
Japanese Crepe, Organdie, Mercerized Lingerie Batiste, Piques .
sook and Embroideries in wide and
: : narrow.
and Linens, in plain and fancyeaes, all at Violet Brand ONE BIG EXTRA REEL Beautiful Dainty Baby Sets in Edges, Insertions and Yokes, 1
Sale Prices. and Bands, at very low prices in our Violet Brand Sale.


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t Plailt Early Grape Fruit and Make Money ,

t t Conner Polific Grape Fruit is The Only .

Early v-ariety ;


; No Nursery tree is first-class unless it is budded from bearing trees ofa known '

t. quality and quantity of production. :


5 In Dollarsand Cents EARLY GRAPEFRUIT :

t 1\ --#.;-; ;q . !)!,1; .. 1o .. ..'-.. ... g7 r_ .. ..1'1to". .,,> .;:' is Far in the Lead
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( .:, ." '. ---'j.' : ':: .' " -. 1 Do not worry about Grapefruit. Grapefruit for the past
f t4' e' ... five seasons, as sold by the Florida Citrus Exchange, has averaged ,
'; f growers for all grapefruit, including culls, shipped in plain
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4;.' ':. boxes, $2.18 per box, f.o.b. shipping point, while oranges, including :
t all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same period ;
i 4t, ; $1.65 per box f.o. b., a five year record.

t ; q ;r In dollars and cents early Grapefruit is far in the lead.
r L f t b "; Shipments made in October and November, which is the early .
l i c season afforded by Conner Prolific Grapefruit, have averaged
f ; t' ; ''; '.73 per box for all Grapefruit shipped. Midseason to late I
f ? .. ,Z.. grapefruit has averaged $2.34 per box f.o.b., showing a balance
\ ''' ',,. -' in favor of the Conner Prolific Grapefruit variety of .t ic. per box
a, .R : k f.o.b., for every box shipped of early Grapefruit. i

THESE ARE THE REASONS why we advise you to plant '
t ; s t, 4' early Grapefruit. Nearly the entire area planted in Central and at
> w I r South Florida on both the East and West Coasts for five years, t
r I s has been planted to late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges.
1 f' P ;" i It is not hard to figure out what will happen to the producers of
'w late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges in the future when
t their product is placed on the market in competition with cantaloupes -
f. strawberries and all kinds of fresh fruits that are pro-
. duced in the north and placed on the northern markets to be sold
: in competition with their shipments.

When Early Grapefruit goes to market in October and November
, ripe luscious and fit to eat, as Conner Prolific variety
: will be at this season, there is nothing to compete with it. Cantaloupes -
4 a are gone, apples are not yet ripe, and it is the best fruit

.r r r S. a ,, obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit brings a
big price. Government supervision will rule the shipment of
t fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15, and you may de- .
___ __ __ __ ______ _-___ _ ______ ______ __ shipments of green, unpalatable stuff, as has been the rule in
thepast; therefore, prices should be better than ever before,
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will andS

L The OPKLAWAHA A NURSERIES do d not t Produce Grapefruit P 't' Alone I I wishes and for be your sure of something staple plant in the the Conner way of Prolific returns.Grapefruit Keep

out of competition with the other fellow as much as you can.
Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil, and on
both rough lemon and sour orange stock. You: can produce good
" and that will afford fruit for the season of shipment color in October and November on high land with Conner Prolific
crops proper .
!, Grapefruit on lemon stock, and on hammock lands and flat-
of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands i in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that
has no equal in the world on sour orange stock. Recommended
. Nurseries. for all sections, and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology, and
guaranteed by us to be strictly Al in every particular.


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OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES by their system of ;!'-::. : :;I. 1 ._ ::a, '.;: ..a;.., . ." .. .t .;.+ ?\
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propagation from absolutely all bearing trees and /5"j. : : : : ; : :;.4 : .l;: : :ij iji

the best selection of branches from those trees :. . .'. : .J '. '. :;:':' .J.;" ;
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are producing orange and grapefruit trees that are worth more ; ........ .;.;J :. .. .ff t t ,=, ,,,' .... ,:,' ; {

money to the grower as a start for money-making grove than r1: _' .- _.... .. .' "' .::.... : ......'.:\.' ;.
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anything else possible for them to obtain in :Florida. \1oJ ; ... <: ;' rt. :a. tAli ;.: j ; ;;;: ., #" . .....,
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gated or budded from any other source is a first- I .: ::TEiiIi' 100 $ t
'? w::;" : >, :a-; i-o' n'
class tree. In order to get the quality you must ._ ,, -i"
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have the start from parentage that is unquestioned I \ i ,. :: I: _. ': ..-. ... voI .,
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every opportunity for success to the planter of new groves. It :. !. y; . :I'W 1'. .'tt :) ) ..1 ..: PO..
costs you. maybe, a hundred, or may a hundred and fifty dollars ,_ +.. .u.. j;. :"I' .i I
more for a thousand trees grown in this way, but in ten years l.i& 11III If, h '- '.
the saving effected will double this sum many times, and you can'f. '. .......; J :. -j t .:&:: .::. : .. '

well afford to spend this small difference in the cost of your. ., Y.'- ;'. v-,( , "..."'ji ...: . RJ. .. ... : I
trees than you can afford to lose the ultimate benefit that you : :.; .. .\" I..T :A: .: .- 400< : -, .:;
had planned to gain from your grove. Buy Ocklawaha Nursery _- 1. ::;7L."; .
Stock and know that :your trees are right. Refuse to accept any i ,!;. . .. l' "j "Jdt ._ ::
trees produced without a parentage, a pedigree, a source and aright J'fl :.lj :?':;:"t-
to your every confidence, and that means that you will : :" "" , :',$O !d; '. .' I//! .;.ij

come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best serviceis

afforded you and after that you can cultivate your grove with CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT. 4 YEARS OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STOCK
confidence in the outcome of your efforts.


W. CONNER, Proprietor Box S, TANGERINE, FLA.


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RAISING HOGS IN FLORIDA quieter disposition. They are both mission charges to come out of the EMPIRE HOTEL I

splendid types of hogs, and with proper sale, I notfiy one of several butchers, SUNDAY DINNER- Oc. SPECIAL
(By Wm. B. Willett, Maitland, Fla.) I and as a rule I have five men after WRIGHT SEED CO.We
treatment will twin Coring in big +
Florida, on account of its climate, each pig to be butchered. There is Vegetable Soup .
its lakes and springs, its shade trees, profits. I no glut in the market and you get Sliced Tomatoes Lettuce
th 'round pastures, is the ideal My own hogs live always on pas- cash. The only feeds we buy are Baked Red Hollandaise Snapper Sauce carry the Largest Stock of Seed in
c for the successful breedingof ture in the open, and with the excep- I shorts and tankage, which we feed
Orange for the
goo hogs. No other agricultural' tion, of the brood sows near to far- brood sows and young growing pigs Roast Sirloin Beef, au Jus Lounty. Agents Celebrated -
rowing and until the pigs are Roast Lamb Brown Sauce National
young Guano Fertilizers
industry in the state presents such up to three months when they are Fricassee
six weeks old, are never under a roof. I Chicken, with Biscuits
opportunities at the present time placed on pasture and with the exception Roast Turkey, Oyster Dressing
which ca be so successfully carriedon In thejjastures are orange, pecan and I of a little corn each nightI Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy 206 So. Orange Ave.
with 'less capital, quick returns, oak trees, that afford all the shade I I they have to get their own living. I
The pastures all border a Baked Rice au Gratin
and'an of that neither necessary.
assurance profit That once great fear of every hog
lake, but that is not indeedI I Corn Fritters, Maple Syrup -- -
necessary -----
orange growing or trucking can be I breeder, "cholera has now lost its j -
begin to think it is better to have
relied upon. Your crop of growing terrors. Cholera serum to be injectedinto Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams
one's pasture from the lake, especially Creamed Cauliflower
instead of the away
hogs depleting fertilityof hogs in any infected district, is
one's soil, enriches it. The demand where one has the advantage an absolute preventive, and no great Green Beans THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
for good Florida pork is much greater 'i of a spring or flowing well. My trick to render one's pigs immune as Strawberry Shortcake
than the and I would be fences are made from 26 inch mesh Mince Pie Cocoanut Pie
supply, long as they live. The serum I be- or
afraid to say how many hundreds of wire, with a barbed wire strung six lieve is given free upon application Chocolate Ice Cream Cake ,TRANSFER
inches above it and to avoid Cheese Crackers
thousands of dollars are every year expense I to the proper quarters in Jackson- Tea Coffee i
sent out of the state to buy western and for quickness in moving our ville. Sickness in my herd I have Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

pork, all of which could be grown posts are made from pieces of lum- I never had, and am not afraid of. The FOR SALE
here at a saving to the consumer and ber 2x4 and four feet long, sharpenedat out of doors life and plenty of exer- 75 acres suitable for citrus culture !
one end, and driven into the earth and truck farming, bordering on a Livery Draying and HaulingWE
to the farmer.
profit cise
they get keep them rugged and pretty lake and has one-half mile I ,
with an ax such a fence can be put
Unlike some other crops raised in ; j'strong. It's dirty pens and feeding frontage on the Orlando to Sanford 'j
Sunny Florida, one does not have to up quickly or moved where needed. swill that makes sickness and breeds brick road, this frontage being adapted '
stay up and out cold nights, keeping We start the pastures the 15th of disease. It's not possible in this article : for nice home sites; could be sub-
divided into 40 building plots 60x200 GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
fires going to save one's crop of hogs January, planting millet and sor- to go into details on the subjectsof feet each, leaving about 60 acres for '
from freezing. The breeder of hogsis ghum, followed in due season the profits and science of up to citrus fruits and truck farming; five ,
not taxed 50 per cent. on his income throughout the year with peanuts, date swine breeding. My object be- I minutes walk to railroad station, |

or rather on what his products cowpeas, beggarweed, velvet beans, ing to call the attention of the many | When stores,you hotel consider, school location and and churches.good ': AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
for in the northern winter and oats, and by the time .
sell market, by rye new comers into this state to a very transportation facilities with other j
express, railroad and fertilizer com !'the pigs are through with their velvet' sure and profitable occupation, with !I advantages the property's real valueis
panies, and has not, after his crop is beans and rye pastures, the new crop quick returns, and a market right at : $7,500. It is owned by a nonresident -i Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

matured, to ship it thousands of miles I.1 of millet and sorghum is ready for home, never likely to be overstockedwith i;, izes me who to needs sell it money.for $3,000.He author-Whoever i j I
with a chance of getting it frozen in I them. We also have a good patch of prime fresh pork. If the one I buys this property gets a bar-i HORSES FOR SALE

transit, or as I have been told some- I I early sweet corn which they much I crop man, be he orange grower, I gain. For further particulars, call on ,
times happens, his commission man 'relish. The pastures that the preced-I trucker or cotton farmer; the man E. C. Young, room 10, McNeil! & 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
fails to return full value for thd ing were in beggarweed and'velvet I! Davis building corner Church street '
year whose all is in his one crop, when he I j and Orange a.enue. Orlando. i
goods sold, which is hard to believe. beans, we plant to corn and cassava learns to diversify his farm crops, 1-31-tfc

The secret of hog raising with and it is astonishing after a not have all his eggs in one basket, I I -
profit and success is plenty of good few years growing these legumes,followed starts maybe a few thoroughbred SIXTY-FIVE WERE PRESENT: AT -- ------- --

pasture, pure water and breeding a by hogs to harvest them, what hogs with their attendant feed and REBEKAH INSTALLATIONAt 4

thoroughbred type of hog, that will I crops of cassava and corn we grow.A pasture crops along the lines I have I r

grow off and make weight quickly, is farmer from Nebraska, another written, it's the one sure safe bet, he a regular meeting of Orlando
hardy, a good rustler, and from a i who had farmed in Virginia and Kan- will find more money sticks home, I Rebekah Lodge No. 12, I. O. O. F,

stock acclimated to our climate. Sucha sas, looking at corn this past spring, and less to divide with the fertilizer, >i held Thursday night, the degree staff Hammond & Oor .

type of hog, well cared for, will I both said they had never seen any labor, express, railroad and commis- i of the lodge under the direction of

weigh at six months old' from 125 to 'I better in their home states. :My herd sion men.-Fla. Farmer and Home- J! Drillmaster, Brother F. L. Helms, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I .
175 pounds. On no account start the of hogs is headed by Citrus King, seeker. conferred the Rebekah degree on two I
beginning of your future herd with registered number 38825; he is by I candidates, in a most exemplary man-

anything but a pure strain of thor- Bed Col. out of Queen Anne, grandson NEW DUMP WAGON WILL PAY I ner, doing credit to themselves and VALUES LOW PRICES

oughbred hog. Buy registered stock; to Southern Top Notches, while FOR ITSELF honor to the order. COMPARE '
one knows then what he is getting. the brood sows from equally as blue The floor work was simply splen-

One will hear some breeders say their blooded and aristocratic a lineage The street department received a did, and the charges of the degreewere

hogs are not registered, and they are I I hark back to many famous prize winners new automatic dump wagon this week given in a most impressive man- I OUR FURNITURE

just as good. In some cases it may of Ohio, Tennessee and Old Ken which has been thoroughly tested. It ner reflecting great credit upon the !1
be so. Personally I believe in buyingthe I(I tucky's best red pigs. is superior to the old wagon beds and II resPective members of the staff. We provide the quality of furniture that has long I

best stock, not the Just As Good All' our young pigs if not sold as every time a dump is made from five Quite a large delegation of the been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I
kind, and it was an expensive lesson breeders, at six months old are turned to ten minutes of time is saved members from DeLand came over standard of merit. If an article is here it is good ,
before I was taught. It is a waste into pork. A month before being about $1 per day. The new wagon specially to witness the ceremony and It wouldn't here were it oth rwise. We can't make i
of time trying to make congratulated the lodge the this point too clear-,it is one of the foundat on stonesof I
from on
a profit butchered they are placed in clean bed will thus pay for itself in a little very
the Razor Back able in which the had this business, and that means much to any buyer.
variety ,they will sanitary pens, which are kept that more than a month. It cost $42. manner degree \
never pay enough for the food they i way, and given all the corn, cassava, been conferred. I
have consumed. For this part of the and green food they can consume. The Round Table will meet at Unity There were upwards of 65 membersof McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK I II
country the Berwshire or Duroc Jersey And here is the great point I wish to Chapel on Sunday evening at 7:30 the degree present,,and it was con- ,
are undoubtedly the best. I pre- impress on my readers. Instead of o'clock. The address will be by Judge ceded by all that those not present Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. 1

fer the latter. The Duroc being more shipping this hog two thousand miles J. H. Jones, who will speak of "Early' I had certainly missed a very enjoy- J
prolific, a better rustler, and of a I with all the express charges and com Days in Orange County." able and interesting time. ,, _


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Orlando's; Greatest Week at the TheatreNever f I>,I,1 I Ii

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Before in the History of Orlando, Have Its People Had Such a Collection of : i:

The World's Greatest Plays" Placed Before Them i



JESSE L. LASKY in association
William Farnum
with ' :
in DAVID BELASCO, presents d

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"The Spoilers"A Picturization of the World's w, a 1

famous Romantic Drama of ,, '
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; ? t From the Famous Book by REX American Wilds .


? k' We guarantee this the greatest WEST" ,
; _f t, picture ever played i in this city or Written by David Celasco and t
money refunded. We can do no
3 produced under his management ; i

more. for many thousands of perfor- -_ ,
v _ : mances. .

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First a Drama, Then a Grand]
: 10 o'clock a.m.
Opera, Now the ultimate in
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SECOND, 3 o'clock p.m. Photo Dramatic art.Special ,1 '
t A THIRD, 7 o'clock p.m. '
x e All-Star Lasky-Belasco. "

} FOURTH, 9.30 oclock p.m. Cast. .
A thrilling Mystery Farce with as many Laughs as the Title. "'
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE in Four Splendid Parts. ,
ADMISSION, 15c and 25c. j' Five Parts. 10 CENTS 20 CENTS ,


G-R.A.:: rmrm :]O TEEATRE: i

The best of everything always cost more. We know you want the best pictures. Ybxl have taught us

this by your liberal patronage. We appreciate your stand, and will give you the bestjat the ame and even '

smaller prices than New York and other large cities pay for them. *2 \

GRAND AMUSEMENT CO., Mac Taliban, Manager. ft

w..&1 U t, M i i i i i tin **<


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Mr. David Lockhart left yesterdayto
spend three or four days at his ..
Crow's Bluff farm on the St. Johns

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bogue went
over to Oxford, in Sumter county,
yesterday in their auto, to spend Sunday -
with Mr. Bogue's parents.Mr. .

Win. Edwards, worthy member '.:':,/.'X. /:.: '
of the Orange County Board of
Safe Funds for the Exposition Trip Public Instruction, was in the city \\
yesterday from his home at Zell- nriipr
With "A.B.A.:' Cheque, you will avo:<1 many worries in wood. l :
: regard to your "travel money"-when you go to the Exposition : '
I or anywhere else in the United States. They arc much William A. Donkin, of Pittsburg, LUll .'. .l .
f safer to carry than cash. There is no Fred tape" in representing a large land company, :: -.".
using them-just countersign a cheque and pay jour bill. was in Orlando for a short time yes- Your comfort and prosperity for \'V
i and the b-st mrrchai's rridily
Hotels tirk-t offirrs! accept He also
terday. was at Tampa and
these c'!' si I in', " .- .I I 1S10C.A.RA" ( .
American St. Petersburg.Mr. I n 191 'i
bankers Cheques .
Association i and Mrs. Fred E. Dreher, have
arrived Orlando from Ashland, Pa., .,,.
to spend the balance of the winter ina depends upon yourself and your .
more balmy clime than the one now ..,
c rW i1Rr
4 connections.
Cawf J tSr rr a ro -
Pwc c-f'ac/c E. puuhon (t' y /lr / tra prevailing in the Keystone State. .. '!..

Mr. ahd Mrs. S. M. Willis arrivedin :I II A
savings or checking bank account
Orlando afternoon from
Huntington, W. Va., and expect to F I II II It in this institution is a positive step . .

spend a month or so in Orange county : i. II it I forward.
dividing their time between Oakland ,
and this city.
Start no ';'ifl T
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Houston and
daughter, Miss Inez, were among the ;. ,>' :
6f ,
: .. ,
arrivals in Orlando yesterday. Theyare "

iM I S f 'Z from Syracuse, N. Y. and will ? .... . .- .'. :\,. ,.'. '. .' ',.,
S spend the remainder of the season .

here. J ':;) c

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The State BanK of Orlando :Mrs. Minnie Jones and Mrs. G. W.
Spencer were two of Sanford's esti- ?

t day.mable They ladies spent visiting the afternoon Orlando yester-greeting ; ; ;

-' friends and viewing the sights ofa [: i l r
fl r:
t LOCAL AND PERSONAL Orlando Mrs. Cordelia yesterday Mallory from Orange arrived City in real live city.I ; i

and will visit Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
II. V. of Van have tuned Chicker-
{ :Mr. and :Mrs. Olney Steinway
. Johnson at their home on North Or- . . .
' registered at Ross- ing Knabe, Vose, and other standard : : : :. ): ', :'' .' . '. . .
Wert, Ohio are ange avenue. : <. :. :: : : -: : '. .::.::':'::: ..:. .::: :.::.:: :t {y:( :: >::':
more Inn, Windermere. pianos, for teachers, schools, in homes
and public places in Orlando. How
:Messrs. W. H. Craig and J. H. Eller Mr. and :Mrs. F. L. :Martin, who about yours? Tuning, $2.50. Mack, 1
returned yesterday afternoon from a arrived in Orlando a few days ago phone 218, licensed tuner. 1-31-lt*
trip to Tampa and St. Petersburg. from Portland, Me, have gone to If'

housekeeping amid pleasant sur- Mrs. A. H. Howell and children arrived ". ,
roundings at 506 DeLaney street. .r"' :t
Inquire at Estes Pharmacy about in Orlando yesterday to join Mr. I \/
the Ocklawaha river trip. The pret- Howell, who preceded them a couple
tiest in Florida. s-w-tf t I t of weeks ago, and will make their
Two Handsome home in this city. In some hocus NON EXPLOSIVE
:Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson, of I I pocus manner they lost their trunkat
Toronto, Canada, are among the late i Lake Front hte depot, which was causing them 6
arrivals at the San Juan. some anxiety, as it had not been located NOT DANGEROUS
I at last accounts. q
' Mr. and Mrs. Elisha K. Kane, of Grove and Home ,
Kushequa Pa., were included in the i
arrivals at the San Juan yesterday. PropertiesOne ,

; Mrs. E. F. Paine- who has been H'

,, spending several days in Orlando, Mlroy's Phalifiacya
left yesterday for Cocoa, on the East
r Coast. of them is the pret-
R tiest lake front location in EXCLUSIVE AGENTS . '
tak-I t:
. :Mr. L. C. Curtis, who has been the State of Florida, with .
: ) ing in the sights in and around Or- large acreage and a most .j .. "
! lando for some days, went over to I Ij modern # .
dwelling.The :.; '.. .. .
Titusville yesterday.Mr. .' :; .
other has a fine ... ;.'- t fo.'

J. A. Wilkes, one of the live grove, with modern improvements 1 1jffm == ;' :
. Wires of Pine Castle, was among the and worthy of : ,iHihepocAeI : .
business transactors in Orlando yes- any further improvementsdesired. The .If 'if
terday. ..:ti'JMr. ::: .

and Mrs. N. S. Graham arrivedin These are high priced SAN
Orlando yesterday from Asheville, properties, but they are
N. C., and expect to spend the remainder both big bargains. Sove 1M. ,

of the season here. JUANDo burns Lava FUGOTo /. -

Mr. A. P. Spencer, of Gainesville,

Stale spent district yesterday demonstration in Orlando on agent offi- S.G.D olive O & SonREAL r.

cial business.Mr. :
The Public : .'.
ESTATENo. you realize the com- ; .
: and :Mrs. Daniel G. Edmundson -

arrived in Orlando yesterday from 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
Des Moines, Iowa, and are pleasantly '1'f': I I'iW
located at the San Juan for a stayof Second FloorEurope's ning hot and cold water . ) '-'>{ .i.;: '. + .

some length. I and telephone in Besides reviewing each today, take [ 7: :;': .: ': I

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. - - . . . . . ftttttttf Hit*! thought of every tomorrow, for those wh.o' ", . ; (
room. You will find all of "I .. :
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these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. _
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room in the San Juan. ? : ''''.
f To look ahead means to be., prepared: : ..
Add to this comfortable ,.
recognize the convenienceof when Opportunity knocks at the door. ra = :. : ,
parlors, halls and reception V,, : I
the Ambition can always achieve. when the .'
room, with night and day i

service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert r j

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the up-to-date service that share of your earnings into a saving each I

you will ,get....*.in-- the best week and yoUr ambition.will be realized in

and men are wearing '.hotels l L .the' large cities. the future. v std

them. We have them in Gold, :-fr..>0.- '" '

it Silver and Gold Filled---both for This institution offers a safe depository i t

Ladies and Gentlemen. - f. for those who look ahead. On Savings }

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Prices Always the Lowest;/ 1en .
Accounts we pay 4 per cent interest. -
Quality is Considered.

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Orlando'sjConservative Bank

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